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  1. I was fortunate to get a piles of Fine Woodworking, Woodsmith and Shop Notes Magazines for $4 a pile recently at auction so we have been reading and ripping out items of interest... A member in our unimat forum passed this along, and I thought this is interesting as I have been studying options to set up my own corner of my basement... http://www.instructables.com/id/The-Smallest-Workshop-in-the-World/ The one thing that confuses me about mounting saws underneath the top, (jig saw & circular saw) that the author indicates in his post, is the direction of the blades correct? I switched my motor leads on my taig lathe, when I mounted my motor's pulley in the opposing direction, so the spindle would run the proper way... This is a nice space saving concept, but I'm not convinced this is the setup for me... but I would love to have the preac mounted for a larger table that would facilitate ripping nice long boards and a table underneath those cuts... I'm looking forward to your comments.