Once I got the Dillon mounted and started using it I found that my RCBS single stage was now in a physical location that would only be improved by completely changing it. So, out went the 50 year old rollaway bench and in came the new built-in. Now my single stage RCBS has a home and I have a ton more room in the garage. Next step is to build a powder magazine cabinet and storage shelves. Right now it's looking like I'm going to line the inside of my existing cabinet with drywall and add some drywall insulated shelving to it. Next month I'll install the final 8ft on the other side of the Dillon so I can mount a CH 444 press and a shotshell press. All that's left for today is to clean the living shit out of the place. Pics, more or less in order during construction: Pack every damned thing on top of the last one and removed the old roll-away bench. Added 2x4 to the wall and starting to extend things. Sharpies and construction adhesive along with 3" long screws and a good reliable, repeatable design. Because this beast needs to have its contents cycled. Add a work surface and a back splash Add legs and a mounting block for the Rockchucker. They wanted 17 bucks each for the fancy legs so I used 2x4's for now. When I can get them cheaper I will. The last 3 were like 1 dollar each in the scraps bin at Home Depot. A little closer view Drop on the wire rack to hold little things and keep them off the bench. Closer view I'll be putting some shelving and the powder magazine cabinet above the RCBS press. Rifle on the wall is an M95 Steyr that I re-mil'd from a parade rifle. New barrel, bolt head, firing pin. I'm eventually going to turn it into a 500S&W rifle.