I've been using an old cart that John cobbled together a long time ago, to hold up my planers (sequentially). however it always has had these cheapo little HF casters on it. Needless to say they never really worked all that well, so I'm in the process of building my version of the Ultimate Tool Stand from American Woodworker. My venerable chop saw stand is going to serve as the top of the stand... since I simply took the design from the UTS, and built a 4' long version of it. I'll have to see if my planer will fit in the 'well' of the clamping station/miter saw stand, height wise.
I've been on a cleaning binge in the shop the past few times I've been out there. Sort of 'spring cleaning' after my cutting board frenzy. July went by in a blur, so I'm taking a day or two and enjoying organizing the shop (if I tell myself that I enjoy it enough times, do you think I'll actually grow to do so? doesn't seem to be working yet.
Today I dug out the torsion box from my old workbench. I figure that will serve as a nice sturdy base for the UTS. I'm going to go cut some legs for it, and then do some assembully on the project. I'll have to disassemble the chopsaw station, but that's ok, I'd rather have the UTS than the wall mounted chop saw station.