My church recently amazed me by purchasing a new digital mixer for the fellowship hall. While there are a number of us in the church that can run sound I'm the only one who has significant experience with sound systems (used to design and install). One of the most important things you need for a sound system is a audio console or mix desk to house your mixer. I have a design in mind but I am always looking for ideas. I have autocad and inventor but using inventor may be a bit much for something like this. Anyway I prefer to sketch to paper before I start drawing on the computer that way I have sort of a reference to go by. I know the working height of the table will be 25" . From what I've measured in the real world and seen in plans 25" is pretty much the standard. Is this true for everyone here? I consider myself a woodworker of moderate skills but I can pound a decent piece if I have good plans to go by. Joints and joining are my biggest weakness. Mainly I don't know which type of joint I should use lap, butt, rabbit, or any other for the type of material and type of construction. I am going to try and get something drawn and posted in the next few days. I could use all the help I can get.