I always had trouble getting the outlet holes cut accurately, then I found this trick. Fit the sheet to the space, trim the outside if necessary. Once you have a perfect fit, outline the junction box with lipstick and press the sheetrock or ply up against the wall and box. Drill four holes in the corners of the outline, and cut through. Perfect fit every time.
I really liked the pictures of your shop, looking pretty darn good.
One thing I did that worked out well for me was putting up some 6 ft long shelving brackets, you know, the kind that lets you position wire shelves wherever you want, so you can adjust your shelving to hold all kinds of stuff. Attach the long brackets to studs if you can then you can put a lot of weight on them, and you can change your shelves as you add stuff. You can also use the shelves set close together to let finish or paint dry, or to store anything you want. Pix.
You can also just use cheap wood for shelves and the clip on brackets can be anything from 6 to 18 inches deep, or even a mix. I even found I can store my Bessy clamps on the end of one wire shelf.
The more I do, the less I accomplish.
Last edited by DesertRatTom; 04-20-2020 at 11:29 AM.