After several weeks of working on hanging doors, trim work and building a bathroom vanity I finally got a chance to finish up my workbench. One of the features that really attracted me to this workbench design in the first place was the reversible tool trays. I really don’t like the idea of having a big trough running down the middle of my bench, but being able to flip the trays over and have flat surface was very appealing. I decided to dovetail the trays rather than use the rabbet joint that Bob Lang had used. Although that would have been much easier I didn’t want to have to look at rabbeted drawers for the rest of my life. I also decided to use a 67 1/2* shaker panel raising bit for the tray bottoms. It was simply more aesthetically pleasing to me.