Just thought I'd throw my first tip in because when I logged on this AM I got a message reminding me that I hadn't contributed to a forum in two weeks and gently nudging me to do so! I liked the reminder. For those of you who haven't yet discovered it, double sided tape is one of the handiest things I've found to have in my shop. It is frequently sold as "carpet" tape, and can be found in most home stores like Lowes, Home Depot etc. It comes in varying strengths and thicknesses, and in varying widths. Depending on the quality it can hold really well. I've used it to hold jigs and guides in place, to "reattach" pieces of, say, a queen anne leg for second and third cuts on a bandsaw, to attach blocks to the unfinished side of pieces so that I can hold them while finishing, to temporarily attach a guide or cut-off block to a fence etc. It's easy to use and has saved me lots of time and work.