I know this is a cycling forum and what I'm about to share may get me kicked out, but perhaps the woodworking thread is a safe space...
I recently sold a bicycle. My beloved Morewood Sukuma, the second last of the 5 Morewoods I once had roaming the garage. I put it up on a $1 reserve auction, risky I know, but I thought I'd let the market decide. It went for 1.5x what I expected, so between lockdown boredom and all that freed up fun-money burning a hole in my pocket, I spent a bunch of it on new woodworking tools 😅 (apologies super-serious cyclists that are cringing in disgust)
These are the new garage-space-stealers...
Bora Centipede table with 1200x600mm MFT style top. Compact and uses the 20mm hole @96mm centre setup like the Festool MFT tables, opening up a load of possibilities with clamping, square and 45deg cuts (with track saw) and all manner of bench/parf dog accessories. What's crazy is that little table is rated to 600kg and the table top, over 900kg.
Festool Sys MFT Systainer. For storing the Peanut Jig. Handy as it serves as a mini worktop, and the Systainer T-Locks are still somewhat compatible with the Makita MakPacs (if they're attached on top).
2x Bessey Quick Clamps. Pretty much identical to the ones shown on the Festool Systainer above, but at half the price. (I have a feeling Bessey probably manufactures them for Festool). They work in MFT style benchtops and can clamp Festool/Makita track saw rails.
A Bench Dogs Fence and guide-rail set, which will integrate with the Bora MFT-style top and packs away neatly into a Systainer to clip on top of the Makita Track Saw MakPac.
So yeah, although it was sad to see the Sukuma go (especially all the Hope goodness it was wearing), it was gathering dust, so I figured I'd invest in some items that are meant to get dusty!
EDIT: I also need to be aware that with "all-the-gear-no-idea" I better start making something or my wife is gonna start questioning these purchases 😅