I am having a bathroom remodel done, an insurance job and they buggered up the vanities getting them out.....so, since they are making me new one's I figured to repair the old one's and use them in the garage. As a work bench, reloading bench. We are also ditching the medicine cabinets that were surface mount......they stuck out (were not recessed) and we always disliked that....so we're going with decorative mirrors-flat on the walls. So I grabbed the medicine cabs as well and mounted those above the benches, to hold cleaning supplies, oils, gun scrub etc etc maybe primers, bullets etc. It is coming out nicely, I'm excited and eager to get everything set up and running. They are two independent 4' L X 2' D cabinets mounted side by each for 8 foot of overall length. Thing is, those old vanities were only about 32" high. This puts the RCBS Rockchucker pretty low for me if I mount directly to the bench top. I see myself having to bend too much to see what is going on at the shell being worked on. My question is........is there a specific height that most people like to have the press set at? Should the area where the die fits, be at eye level as one is seated, or just above eye level? I reckon I will have to build a riser....... a cube I will attach to the bench surface and then bolt the press to that. I'm 6'3" and hate stooping or bending to see what I am doing. Plus, I have had 4 major spine surgeries between 2007 and the end of 2010.....a single level lower lumbar fusion and a two level cervical fusion.......all courtesy of getting hurt on the show "24" where I worked for about 7 years, until the end of the series. Because of all the spine fusions, I don't fold in half as well as I used to. So any advice will be helpful as to the most ergonomic way to do this. Also, would you put the press in the middle of the work bench, to one or the other side of center or all the way on one or the other edge? I also have the powder measure to mount as well......any tips on how best to set up the entire bench will be much appreciated. I would hate to drill mounting holes only to have to relocate the press etc and have gnarly holes in the wood. I also have a vice but it's much too large....heavy duty, as well as a bench grinder. I'd like to get a smaller vice and mount that and the grinder as well. Thank you.