Alight I have an update. I bought a fish scale and my belts were loose so I set them at the 3.5lbs per the video in the trouble shooting area. That did seem to help the craves. I also found that my "Step Over" setting was at 40 which is way to much so I put it at 20.
But with those adjustments I am still getting so odd things, so I've attached 3 pics. 2 of the pics are using Birch Plywood at two different depth settings and the other pic is of Poplar. On one of the Birch carves the lighting/shadows in the photo are creating an illusion so be careful looking at that one , I took the Poplar photo at an angle to highlight the ridges. As you see I am getting a weird ridge in the center where the crave is starting and then the odd ridges criss crossing the square.
The setting of the cut are as follows:
Bit Used: I'm still learning the bit names so I have to describe it - it's 1/16th 2 fluted and the tip is flat.
Feed Rate: 30 in/Min
Plunge Rate: 9 In/Min
Depth Per Pass: Tried it at 0.05 & 0.10 with about the same results
I did notice that when I put a level on large bracket which holds the router in place it's not totally level. If the bracket is true it's showing that the router is leaning slightly to the left. I looked for a video that went over how to make the router 'true' but couldn't find any thing.
Thanks in advance for anyone's input.