Well, I've been acquiring parts for two builds, a 5E3 and a 18/36 watt TMB. This was prompted by the fact that I found the chassis for both, some other parts, and a loaded board for the 18/36 watt, for severely discounted prices. These will be my first two builds from the ground up. I've done PA conversions and mods and repairs, but never full builds. I'll be outsourcing cabinets since I live in an apartment. This is the main expense. Anyways, I'll be working on a metal topped 22x38 adjustable tilt drafting table that I have in my living room. Because of the somewhat cramped work surface, I thought that perhaps I should invest in a chassis stand/cradle to hold the amp chassis while I assemble it. I was disappointed by the mojotone and Weber offerings, which are both adjustable about 60 degrees, and do not secure the chassis in any other way than having it rest on two arms. They are also 150 and 120 dollars respectively. This prompted me to look for alternatives. I considered building a stand, but I don't have the time and/or resources right now to do so, and would rather look into a pre-made product. Ebay sellers offer stands similar to weber's for about $80. I still wanted to look for a better alternative. Rotisserie style stands appeared to be ideal, since they allow the chassis to be firmly secured and rotated 360 degrees. This led me to look into radio chassis stands. Happens to be that Steve Strong Radio Stands are quite popular in the ham and antique radio community. These are the dimensions of the two sizes of stands he builds. Looks like the large stand would be perfect for everything up to the width of a twin reverb chassis. I was also happy to see that these stands showed a high level of quality and attention to detail. This led me to contact Steve and sheepishly explain my situation and that I would be using his stands for just guitar amp chassis and an occasional radio. He said that he wasn't sure if his amp stand could handle a 75+ pound chassis such as you may find in a 135 watt ultralinear tube amp such as a late model twin, but I was convinced by images of boat anchor style ham radios affixed on his stands on various forums. He replied with a quote for the stand plus shipping to the commercial address of the shop that I work at. Turns out its going to be under $100, with over $30 of that going to shipping. Sounds like a sweet deal to me! Anybody have any unique homebrew solutions for a chassis stand, or any experience with mojotone or Weber ones?