That is a nice looking table and I like your shop. When we moved to our current house I sold off a lot of my woodworking stuff due to lack of room. I kept the table saw and cut off table figuring it would continue to save me money. Also kept the Oneida dust collector.
There always seems to be demand for quality work. I used to have random people stop by the old house to ask about me doing project work. I always politely declined (with thanks) because my plate was pretty full with my regular job.
I am going to build a pantry for my daughter's kitchen. I was looking on line for paint grade cabinet ply at the big boxes. Prices are shocking. I guess I'm not saying anything everyone doesn't already know.
this recession will cure it. people already bailing on the new home builds. plywood is only half what is was a few months ago, but still 4 times higher than it was before , well, you know. i am fixed income, and have been waiting for long time to build a deck. gonna be waiting a little longer. may as well go fishing!
The plywood I bought had "Ecuador" stamped on the edge. I paid $76/sheet. Two years ago that would have been in the $40 neighborhood for similar stuff. To be fair, so far, other than the cost, I'm pretty happy with it.