Not so much what's on my workbench as what my workbench is on. I have an old garage that I use as my workshop. The concrete floor was painted in one area at some point but is mostly bare, and damp tends to come up in the far corner. So recently, I finally got around to putting down a damp-proof epoxy floor paint. This meant, of course, getting everything out and cleaning 50+ years of grime off, but in terms of actually laying the stuff down, it was pretty simple. It has a 2-4 hour pot life and dries reasonably quickly. I used a brush to get right into the floor/wall junctions and did the rest with a roller. As you can see, I went 3-4 bricks up the wall to tank it well past the old DPM. Here, I'm just starting to get the benches back in It was also a chance to move some equipment around, put the router table on (lockable) casters, make some improvements to the dust collection - and throw a bunch of 'useful' stuff out. If it's not been used in 5+ years... I'll probably need it next week. I also splashed out on a 9" vice for the main bench. It's a beast! It got its first outing when I finally got around to making a new tote handle for one of my planes (it was busted when I bought it). I printed out the Lee Valley plans and instructions for making a new tote... and then completely ignored them by simply tracing around the old one. It got a few coats of stain and then some varnish to make it look pretty. Job done. For some vaguely guitar-related content, I have been meaning to make a reverb pedal for a while (are you seeing a theme, yet?). I went for a nice little kit, and despite my electronic ineptitude, it went together pretty easily. The PCB is compact but well laid-out And the guy's done some nice things with the switch and connections It uses an Accutronics 'Belton Brick' to do the boing-y stuff I made up a little image for the front of the enclosure and transferred it on (I think this is what's referred to in the trade as a 'distressed look'. I'm sure pedal enthusiasts will be distressed). Sounds very nice!