Just got back from a tool sale, returned with some desperately needed gear, at decent prices. Finally got a table saw, and it has a very high ABF rating, as it folds and has wheels, allowing it to be stored in a very small space in the garage (my shop). For those of you who have a spouse or significant other, ABF rating is very important- it stands for Anti-Bitch Factor. Ability to be stored, or "put away" garners high ratings. Some things are low ABF-rated, like 16" band saws, or large drill presses- no matter how you work it into your space, or what you cover it with, your S.O. will still know it's a drill press. It interferes with the storage capabilities of the space you're in. Also, anything that creates dust is automatically low ABF. Many females do not understand that dust must be created in order to satisfy our blood-lust for creating basses. Heck, some don't even understand that basses are built, not born, or grown on a tree somewhere... The highest ABF rated tool in any shop is the shop-vac! Anyway, I also scored a digital caliper, a few multi-packs of sandpaper, and a bench vise. This all goes with my 9" band saw, my scroll saw, my Dremel, my angle grinder, my 3x21 belt sander, my 1/4 sheet sander, my clamping table, and various hand tools. I still need a drill press. Oh, well, my buddy has a good one I can use. He picked up a thickness planer- -I think I'll petition for adoption!!! I also have to fit this all into a one-car garage at my apartment... So what do the rest of you get by with?