My Dungeon shopvac has a mini cyclone on it that I built and it is very tall and very tippy, it works well in the Dungeon because it has a limited footprint and sits in one spot most of the time, but taking it to a jobsite, nope, not a good idea. A while back I bought a shopvac that I would take to the jobsite with me, it works OK, but there are a couple of things wrong with it; first, it fills up really quickly, I have to empty it sometimes twice a day if I'm doing a lot of cutting, this is messy and I don't want to do it in a customer's home, secondly the wheels are awful, the are tiny and won't even bump over their own cord.
Well I got a new mini cyclone here cheap and a 5 meter long hose for the shop vac as well.
Here is the cart I built for the set up.
When I'm using the Festool track saw I can set the saw on top of the vacuum itself between cuts.
Nothing you have not seen before, but I thought I'd share just the same.