I wanted a portable MFT-style bench that would fit into my SUV but that was lighter than my existing Festool MFT/3 tables. I was about to make a somewhat modified version of Ron Paulk's workbench using plans that I had purchased from him, with the modifications involving making it shorter so that it would fit into my SUV. I had already created templates to pattern route the sawhorses and the spacers, and I had already purchased the plywood, when I saw a post on the Festool Owners Group site that reminded me of a folding workbench that I had built about 35 years ago, as well as plans that were published in Wood Magazine a few years ago for a folding assembly table. While the OP indicated that he would not be selling plans, at least one forum member properly noted that this being a woodworkers' site, 90 percent of the members could probably create something similar without additional information. As I had a LOT of "scrap" plywood and MDF in various sizes and shapes already cluttering up my shop (which SEVERELY required a cleaning), I measured what I had, and decided to redesign the folding workbench that was posted. In addition, several years ago I had built a Home Brewed Router Table to accommodate an Incra LS-17 Positioner, but I never designed or built any form of enclosure for it, so the top was merely attached to a frame that I had put together. As I wanted to take advantage of the already-built Router table top, and as I did not like the OP's approach to attaching an MFT-style top to the folding bench, as it required forming mortice and tenon joints that I felt were overly size-sensitive, and not conducive to replacement tops (MFT or Router types), I redesigned the attachments, and came up with this design that was made exclusively from scrap that I already had cluttering up my shop.