I have burned up the plywood the last couple of weeks. 10 BigE cabs, 4 fEARful flat packs, and 2 BFM t39's, More to do yet.
If you haven't checked out fEARfuls btw, you should. David has done some great things in taking bass guitar cabs into the 21st century. Ported designs the maximize efficiency and performance from the amazing Neodymium drivers from Eminence. Free designs that perform outstandingly well. He also has a new line called FEARLESS that are custom builds only, smaller, lighter, and becoming very popular. You'll need to log into the forum to learn about FEARLESS.
The more I work in my shop the more I like it. The Jet table saw that's set up with outfeeds big enough to hold 5x5 sheets saves me so much time it's crazy. I keep refining methods and workflows, getting tools in readily accessible places, just making it more efficient. I still don't have a very good solution for dust collection from the routers though. For through cuts I make them over a vac port, which works really well. But the round over cuts there's just not much of any way to vac it. I use a porter cable for my roundover, and I haven't been able to find a dust attachment for it. Routers are the worst. And the hardest to collect.
Sanding is virtually dust free. Attach a hose to the random orbit and have at it. Works like a champ. If you're doing a lot of this, a dust collector is a must. The difference in how clean the shop stays and how much crap I inhale is huge. Even if you just hook a shop vac up to your tools you should do it. Which works pretty well btw. I have one of the little wall hung shop vacs that I used prior to the new shop that I used on the router with the Jasper Jig, and it worked great.
Gotta get the pellet stove installed before too long. I don't mind working in the cold, but Duratex and PL don't like it very much, and they take too long to cure below 50.
On another note, another loss to the Crooks family. My Aunt Nadine passed away last week. 90, but had been battling Alzheimers for 3 or 4 years. What a terrible disease. Now my Uncle Leon (her husband) is the last. He's 93, but in pretty damn good shape. 2012 has not been a fun year. With the exception of being brought on board to run the BigE speakers, it's pretty much been a trainwreck. But I'm still here, still plugging away, and still optimistic.