Well, I fought the wife and (not) surprisingly the wife won. We have a 18X24 attached and converted garage at our house that we just use for storage, the wife NEVER goes in there so I think "great, I can clean and organize this place, set up a nice shop and start my woodworking hobby." Anyone who is married knows how this goes. Needless to say, instead of fighting about it I decide it is better to wire, insulate and work with what I have which is a small 10x12 storage building. Now I will need to be very picky about what tools I decide to buy and put in there. So far I have an old 8" craftsman table saw, a 10" CMS and a 6" jointer. I think my next purchases will be a drill press and a planer. I was wanting a full size drill press but now I am thinking a bench top and mount it and the planer to a nice flip cart to save space. Since I am just starting I do not know exactly what I even want to build yet, I know I DO NOT want to do wood turning so I don't have to worry about a lathe, so with this small space can you guys recommend any other tools I might need and try to squeeze in?