We're moving to a house much closer to where we work (I walk in most days) and I moved some of the shop today. I learned an important lesson today. When you have two tools mounted to the same cabinet / mobile base, the one that is cantilevered off to the side should be removed first. Then remove the big heavy lunchbox planer on center of gravity. Then you can go ahead and remove the router from the shelf (also on center of gravity). Under no circumstances should you merrily remove all of the weight resting on the center of gravity before removing the cantilevered 8" slow speed grinder. Especially when the drawers are still in and, among other things, hold your nice dovetail handsaw. Thankfully I had the blade guard on said saw so I don't think it got hurt.
Oh, biophysics lesson: when you are in the process of remembering basic physics, such as moment arms, and you are 5 feet away when your system starts going dynamic, running and grabbing for it will do nothing other than give a nice little laceration.
I'm doubling my shop space and reclaiming 2 hours a day of commute time with this move, so hopefully I will be able to start doing shop things again, with the posting here that accompanies such.