Most likely the Lee Valley tail vise screws I had on my previous bench from my townhouse. Already have them. Might get a new handwheel for them, but we'll see. I'd like to have benchcrafted, but the budget won't be allowing that since I have a kid on the way.What kind of hardware you going to use, Jmart?
Maybe I can stop by and give you a hand with the heavy lifting.
I am leaning toward the "simple bench" for a number of reasons. The thing I would miss most with your style of bench is something to limit length of cut, for repetitive cuts. I recently had seen 2 videos that address this on a simple bench. I am leaning toward the second guys way of doing it.
My bench is a little different then what has been posted previously. This video provides a little overview.
I started by writing down my requirements for the bench,
-It must be rock solid
-It must work with my mitre saw
-It must look good without limiting capabilities
The only regret with the bench thus far is not having mobility as a requirement but this just means I have the opportunity to build a better version when I move so not a huge loss haha