I'm sitting here in the middle of an inlay project without a really suitable base for my various moto-tools - all small stuff that I use pretty regularly for all kinds of chores. I've built a couple that worked but they didn't give me the degree of quality that I wanted and the storebought versions were just a case of the same. So I'm wandering around the shop trying to put tab A in slot B and come up with another Rube Goldberg whizbang affair when I remembered a gem from my past...a nearly unused macro auto bellows for the old 35mm Pentax K mount. I've had it for going on 20+ years now, since my Art Institute days and I haven't use it since. These things are as hard to come by as snakes on the moon but talk about some serious stability and precision - it's got 2 pinion carriages on one side of the rack and the mount is on a third on the other side and it weighs about about a pound. So the dilemna is whether to sacrifice a perfectly servicable, rare and collectable piece of vintage camera equipment or trash it for the coolest router base ever built - the envy of all of my bass building friends!