As space is limited in my garage and its primary duty is motorcycle storage the woodworking hobby comes out on the weekend. I'm thinking of building a foldable assembly table like the one found in the most recent edition of the family handyman. However, the one they built is 30" tall and I'm thinking of using this as a dual purpose assembly table and an outfeed table. It will be mobile and I will come up with a way to secure it to the Table saw with slots to allow any jigs in the miter slots to run through. The table saw is 37" tall, is this too high up for an assembly table? My current workbench which is not mobile is 36" tall and I think it is a good height. Anything tall gets built on the floor. Maybe I just answered my own question without even posting it, but have any of you experienced problems with a 37" tall assembly table? If so, what were they and how much of an issue was it?