Hey guys, though i would put a little blog up about building my little room in the shed for any who was thinking if they wanted to do it too. Anyway, I have a largish shed (12mx10m) which i generally build cars in, but every time i do anything timber/wood related i make a massive mess, and, really, getting dust threw cars ain't it chief. So after deciding with the minister of war and peace, I have started a room for dedicated guitar building/ wood working. She was all for it as we have a youngen, and would be good if he got into a few little projects too like making possum boxes with me and bird houses. After deciding where and what size, I have got the room, the ceiling and the wiring all done. The room ended up being 3.6m deep, and 3.2m across. The ceiling height is 2.4m, and i will use the front edge 900 to store some very light stuff ( Jeep flares, and general camping gear. ) The door opening is 2040x940, but I have offsetted the door so when the drop saw is setup alongside the long wall, i can run timbers through and will be able to cut upto 3.3 into the room itself, I will be able to cut 6m lengths easily this way. I put 100x100 hinges on the door so it swings all the way back and around the external covering. It's a 40mm solid core that I removed from a medical centre, edge stripped as the original frame it was in was horrible !. I have already pre wired it, will have a quad gpo on the back wall where the original 2 gpo is, and a double 15 amp gpo on the long wall. Lights have their own circuit, planning to have 3-4 double flouros to light it up nice and bright inside when the ceiling is up. The walls will be insulated all round and above to keep noise down, and will end up with dust extraction etc. I have 2 bags of bats so far which will do the front walls, next Bunnings trip ill grab the rest of the batts. I also started the top for my router bench. It's 950x890x40mm thick, 2 benchtop sink cutouts that's from a job were working on atm - these get snapped up so quickly by people wanting them for cutting fish etc on. I cut the ends flat on the 2 pieces and then used the bench top hardware to pull them tight, it came up good and nice and flat. I have purchased 6mm thick clear perspex for the router mount, it will be 300x300, but the actual hole for the router will be 200x200. I need to make the bench itself now, which i want to make it so i can extend the top so a larger bench like 1500x1500, I have in my head how do it, just need to get it onto paper and hopefully it will work. I have a small 8 1/2 table saw that i want to incorporate a swapable top later on, hopefully it will work. I will end up putting shelving all the way around the top at about 2m/2.1 high, to store everything I can. That's it for now. Pete.