Since I have been on this forum I have discovered that many of the tools and materials I used to brush aside, now have a new found importance to me. I never thought I'd really need to have a bench grinder with a belt sander on one side. Passed on a nice cheap one, and it sold 3 days before i realized I wanted it. I never thought I'd really have a desire to own a set of rasps and riffs. I threw away a giant rubber band (4" wide, 1/8" thick and probably 12' long if i would have cut it) because I had no idea it could be cut and attached so easily. Large pieces of scrap aluminum, sent to the scrapyard. (wish I had it to melt down) Today I drove past a pile of blue PVC pipe on the side of the road, and almost pulled over to look at it. (no none fell into my trunk) I almost get sick thinking about how much different wood I could have had for free, but passed it up. Now a trip to the tool store or hobby shop is taking so much longer and almost everything i see has potentials that i never thought much about before. Worst thing of all though is my realization that I have no workshop to get busy in. So now I keep staring at the lot where they sell sheds and small buildings in my town, wondering how I can stop myself from finding a way to buy one. It's a sickness I'm sure you all can relate to, but it's all good. At least I won't be bored real soon.