Really like the way you set this up, particularly the way everything important fits under the long counter.
I have a 12 by 24 shed, wired, insulated with AC now, with about as much space as a 1 car garage. One end holds most of the tools the other is storage, shelves, counter and a 30 by 60 inch work table with vise. Everything is on wheels now. Learned at a little expense that two fixed casters in the back and double lock swivels in front are easiest to move around and stay put when locked. Table saw can move easily, but everything fits around it so it stays put almost in the center but pushed nearly against one wall, so I can push a 94 inch board through.
I found some nice casters that fit on a tool stand that is angled, so I'm replacing the jury rigged setup on my delta band saw. The casters fold up and lower the stand to the floor, which seems more stable to me for the band saw. Don't have the router table on wheels, and may not do so since it is tucked into a corner next to 4 foot wide shelves so its somewhat out of the way. My jointer and planer are in the garage, so I have to haul wood around a bit, but there just isn't room for either in the shop.
The big saving grace for me is that one wall is almost completely covered with pegboard so my clamps and lots of accessories and small tools hang there. Because they're in sight, I seldom misplace them, and I don't buy two or three of things I forget I have anymore. You might consider doing that too, very handy space saver.
I really enjoy seeing how others solve their space problems.. Thanks.