Having recently moved house, see here, today I've been wondering where in the shed I should build the workbench. Should it go under the smaller window - which is near the roller shutter door but might block access to the consumer unit should I need to switch off the power in a hurry. Or should it go at the back of the shed under the larger window, out of the way of the roller door? Decisions, decisions.... I'm leaning towards the workbench being at the back of the shed. There'd be room to the right of it for a large shadow board for my tools and, since it is also under the mezzanine floor, which would be handy for hanging lighting from, it also offers the option of walling the back of the shed in. Might make the "workshop" a tad warmer to work in during the cooler months. That length of timber, by the way, is a 3 metre long piece of 4 by 2 - nice mix of metric and imperial just to be awkward. There's 8 lengths of 4 by 2 that are a tad shorter than 3 metres so that'll determine the width of the bench. The window will be more or less in the middle of the bench as well. All that clutter to the right of the window will get shifted to clutter up another corner. Now to work out how to build the bench. Have to go and have a look on the interweb for ideas.