While I am a fan of Lee products, I had doubts about the reloading stand as Lee advertises use of a concrete block weight to stabilize the stand I actually tried that in an attempt to build the smallest portable reloading stand for me. While it worked with both C-H single stage and Pro 1000 presses, it was not ideal as it required a lot of weight (100+ lbs) at the base to keep it stable (notice the bucket of brass and several boxes of MBC lead bullets at the base as ballast). The HF bench stand is now used for Delta drill press. For me, the 2'x2' portable bench is the smallest size I would use for reloading as there is enough weight from even an empty bench to resize pistol cases and be able to resize rifle cases with some weight (40+ lbs) on the bottom shelf. Besides, you need a place to store your reloading components anyways, right? For small spaces where you cannot attach the bench to the wall like the OP, I think 2'x3' portable reloading bench is a good compromise that will allow resizing of rifle cases. For narrow hallways, 2'x4' bench may not make the turn into the doorway if/when the bench needs to be moved. With presses mounted at the ends, 2'x3' bench will readily turn into tightest hallways/doorways.