Past month,I've been laying out,buying,building a re-configured reloading bench. this pic is what I've had since the mid 70s',originally set up for 38sp/357m,44sp/44M,17Rem, & 6mm Rem. Based on my current needs,a lot of wasted space. this pic is my re-configured setup. The top very narrow(heightwise) shelf is for reloading info/books,the bottom shelf is for trays of 'common stuff' and digital scale,the shelf above that is die sets,the four empty shelves are for brass in various stages of rework(tumbled,sized/decapped,tumbled,trimmed/ready. Primers,powder and bullets would not be there as I would need double that space/area for that stuff. handgun calibers added since the 70s',9mm,40S&W/10mm,41M. current rifle calibers added since the 70s',223/5.56,300AAC,35Rem. have die sets for but no longer reload for,17Rem(had a Rem 700 bolt action),6mmRem(had a Rem 700 bolt action),243Win(was for a friends bolt action,7.62x39(was for a mini-30),308Win(had a AR and a Savage bolt action),30-06(had a Rem700 bolt action),358Win(for a future AR project). Still have to move the vise on the right a little over to the left as it's too close to the wall,move the reloading press about a foot to the right,add a power outlet box at each end of the bench. Hope to start reloading soon.