Really small shop layouts/photos?

I'm curious to know what folks here have done in the way of arranging shop is very small spaces. I have mine set up in the smaller section of my basement. One roughly 11x9 and one 7x5 section, although they're a little funny-shaped because of various house parts that intrude. The larger space has a big bench along 75% of two of the walls.
What I really want is to hear ideas/see photos of neat solutions to storage or tool layout issues. I've lived with it as-is for a couple years, but it's long overdue to be modified into something more usable. Off the top of my head, shelves above the bench and finally setting up my big Rockwell contractor's saw (on a shop-made mobile base--ideas for those would be neat, too) are things to do.
So, what fun, interesting, or scary things do you have set up to maximize usable space?
GTO(John)
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Built my own version of flip up tools into the miter station. both the the BOSS and belt sanders are mounted this way.
Built a rotating hardware cabinet with 72 drawers and it sits in the corner which might otherwise be hard to use space.
Built a flip top mobile base for the planner and bench top joiner.
TS and bandsaw on mobile bases.
I will try and get some pics posted this weekend.
BRuce
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Now that's impressive!
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Brad Heidinger spaketh...

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Here is a spiffy web site. It has lots and lots of shop photos. Maybe something will inspire you.
http://www.shoptours.org /
Brad~
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Thanks, I had forgotten about that one.
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