This is what I call my "assembly table." I designed and built it to solve a few problems— 1) I'd previously had all my hardware (screws, bolts, shims, all kinds of other miscellaneous debris) in stackable tackle box-like containers. This was a major pain because of course whatever I was looking for was always on the bottom of the stack. The drawers store all my hardware, etc. for easy access. 2) Glue-ups or finishing had until then always meant kneeling on the floor, and contorting my body into unnatural pretzel shapes. I was really REALLY tempted to make the top a beautiful slab or hardwood, but I resisted doing so, and instead laminated it so that glue squeeze-out and residual finish could easily be chipped off later. It serves as a massive flat surface upon which I can assemble a cabinet, do large glue-ups, or finish a project at the perfect height—26" inches. 3) The other side of the assembly table features a massive doored compartment that houses all my power tools (routers, sanders, etc.).