I moved to Reno nearly 2 years ago. I spent a year in a rental with all my reloading stuff in a box, then I bought a house about a year ago. We picked one bedroom to be our office, and I picked a wall for my gun crap. It clearly used to be a closet before we moved in with a shelf on one side. It was the perfect depth for my safe, and I knew it would give a small but usable reloading bench. I took the NRMA plans that have been around forever because they reportedly built a bullet proof solid bench. I didn't have the room for a 6' long 34" deep bench, and given the storage I had on the side I didn't need to make the storage shelves in the plans. Anyway, built a little bitty 4' by 2' deep bench, and man it is sturdy. I added a Masonite top that osneasily replaceable if I beat it up too much. Bolted my Main press to the left, then my baby press to the right. I just need a stand for my powder charge and will get that bolted down too. Only thing left to do is trim the bottom shelf surface and put it on the lower frame, then find a stool and start reloading! I'm psyched i haven't loaded in over 2 years. Where do you all locate your powder charge?