I posted the forum topic here, and on other forums, and really did not get an answer. Perhaps it is not that easy to answer. Perhaps I misstated the question. Perhaps it depends on the type of scrollsawing one does (which in my case is mostly fretwork). Well after lots of conversation and thoughts I will attempt to answer my own question even if only for myself. In doing so I will make no mention of brands of tools but only types.
First of all I think you will need tools to reduce stock to usable sizes. That could be a tablesaw, bandsaw, jigsaw, or the scrollsaw (itself). All of these types of tools are very useful in reducing larger stock to manageable and usable sizes. There are no doubts that space limitations and budget will play a large part in this.
Secondly, I feel that you need tools to help in the final shaping of your wood pieces. These could be a router, handheld, or table mount. You could use some drilling accessories like a hand drill, or drill press, or plunge router to name a few.
Third, some types of items to help in the final preparation of the surface of the wood. A planer comes to mind and in most cases is very useful. Also, some sanding accessories. A power orbital sander or some hand sanding items. Of course a vacuum is always useful in all stages.
I suppose a large level of my frustration is that there is not a large amount, or any, or these items scaled for most scrollers. At least I have not found them. Bench top or table top items are great but we scrollers could use, in most cases smaller still units. Sometimes these units are available but made of plastic and thus reduces there usefulness, in my opinion. It would seem that some manufactures would see a market and come out with a line of tools scales for scrollers. If you know of any I would like to review them. Thanks for looking and reading.
-- Just learning the craft my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ practiced.