While I wait on epoxy to cure on the boats I been working on a shop project. I decided if a war wagon was good enough for NASCAR pit crews then one would be good enough for me. I'll get some pictures later but basicly I have a 3/4 plywood box that is 6 feet tall, 4 feet wide, and 2 feet deep. 5" inch casters with zerk fittings. The doors are 5 and half inches deep which allows door storage. Each door has a swiveling caster attached to it's bottom. In the bottom I'll have my Bostitch pancake compressor, retractable cord reels, hose reels, and a retractable work light. I'll also have a built in air bypass where I can bypass my bostitch compressor and plug into shop air. I just needed to get organized. Take a router for instance. You got a seperate plunge base then you have all the little gizmos for routers you have bought like the door hinge templates and such. Mine are all over the shop here and yonder and in boxes. Drill bits, paddle bits, gun nails, gun brads, and finish nails. 4 nail guns, belt sanders, orbital sanders, and consummables like saw blades and sandpaper. Electronic angle finders, T squares, squares , and rafter squares. I'm tired of hunting all this stuff down and looking in boxes for it. The idea is that it's in the shop which is alarmed but the cabinet is dead bolt locked. If somebody did pry a door open there is nothing to grab a handful of and run with before the alarm goes off. They aint stealing the war wagon either. Intentionally I built weight into it to prevent it's theft. I can roll it out of the barn under the shelters and just plug the cabinet into a power outlet to fire up my cord reels, lights, and battery chargers. The whole thing opens like a giant book. Pictures soon.