I run my wet tumbler on the bottom of a Rubbermaid Commercial plastic utility cart. I put a maple insert in the top of the cart and that's the little bit of work surface I keep for various tasks. I like that it's mobile so I can at least push it out of the way to clean the floor and the plastic cart will hold any water that leaks, though leaking is a problem I've never had. I've been running a small vibratory rock tumbler with dry media for polishing brass. It's mounted on a solid concrete block and I set it on some foam because it will shake the entire slab floor. I want to upgrade to a larger vibratory tumbler, at least an 18 pound size. I'd like a Thumlers, but the Lyman Promag autoflo is less than half the cost. But where should I run it? My brass and primers are lead-free, and I only use dry tumbling to polish (and final dry) after cleaning with a wet tumbler, so I'm not concerned about lead dust from the dry media. So it will likely be in the garage shop space with all my other reloading equipment. I don't want to put it on the floor. I'm thinking about a basic pedestal built with a base, a piece of pipe and floor flanges. So where do you run your tumblers? Just on the reloading bench or somewhere more clever?