Like so many here, I'm a bit shy on shop space, so things have to do double duty whenever possible. (that, and I can always hear Glenn whispering little nasties in my ear every time I use my table saw for glue ups or finishing )
My current outfeed table is a Formica covered re-purposed desk top. It's hinged to the back of the saw table and propped up with an angled brace. Not strong, and it looks ugly.
Here's a solution I've been playing with. It's based on a design for a TS (table saw) extension table featured in ShopNotes Vol 18 IS 106. It uses a triple laminate of MDF with a laminate top and Kreg Klamp Traks on two sides. Below are 4 drawers in which I intend to store saw blades, feather boards, etc. Below that is a sliding door cabinet that will hold my sanders and sand paper. (so far. Still evolving) Behind the lower cabinet is storage for my Leigh D4. Storing this beast has always been an issue for me and this seems like a good solution.
As always, critiques and opinions are welcome.