Took an old computer "hutch" that was pretty much relegated to "store junk n crap here" use, and after cleaning it out.... converted to a little reloading center. The keyboard drawer was removed and disassembled. Its bottom became the bottom of the empty space, so as to provide a shelf where the drawer was. The top got ripped the long way, and turned into the middle and bottom shelves you see. Some paste on lights.... and its workable! I'll only be loading 38, 44sp, 45ACP and Colt, and .223 on this press, and its fine for that. Handgun brass works ok with the short handle, the long is needed for the .223 though. Gotta funnel worked into the support and bench for primers to fall thru. They do ok. Hadda make a little copper shield to toss 'em down the hole. RCBS shorted me the primer catcher stuff, and they're closed for the duration right now... so they don't answer calls or email. One day I'm sure they'll send me the parts they should have included from the get go. You can see the bin I've got on the shelf under the press to catch primers (and serve as temporary trash bin as needed). Next is to add some hooks for basic wrenches and stuff on the wall next to the press, no biggie there. The front doors of the hutch still close fine, and hide it all way when not in use.