Theo this guy may be smart. If he is he could have a light that went off in his head and he made it.Yeah, nice. IF you have a huge shop like that to roll it around in. And he forgot the most important function, it's also a place to set your coffee cup down. Too gimmicky for me tho, a rolling workbench, if I needed one, would accomplish a good part of what that cart does, and would take a whole lot less time to make too. I'd pass on it even if I had room to maneuver it around. The guy must have had a load of free time to design, then build that thing.
I like yours a lot to Tom . That other one you posted with the open corner would be nice to have alsoI saw that cart on the other forum, it certainly is well thought out and constructed - too bad I don't have enough room for it. My adjustable workbench is sized to fit down the aisle between the table saw and my big bench, so only 30" wide, but the height adjusts to be able to use it as an outfeed table for the table saw but low enough to use for assembly. I did copy the plans for Woodsmith's Shop Cart that they're currently building on the TV show, I think I can make enough room for that and it should be handy for laying "stuff" on while I'm working.