Panel knock put punches and hole saws work well for holes that are aren’t too big but it gets harder and more expensive as the size of the hole increases.
You can cut holes with a router but cutting holes with a router is a cumbersome ordeal. The router is really just too big a tool to be swinging 360 degrees easily. You can set it to cut holes down to around 1.5 inches and up to around 10 inches. The tool’s small size allows you to easily see your work as you are cutting. If you want an arc you can start and stop anywhere you want. It will cut any thickness of sheet aluminum.
The cutting speed in 032 thick 2024-T3 aluminum is around 40 inches per minute so you can cut a 4-inch diameter hole in less than 20 seconds.
Per the vendor it could but it was not designed for stainless and it is not recommended.
Yes. It comes ready to use out of the box - the router bit is double-ended.