Well, I am tooting my own horn a little bit, ok, a lot. But having turned 50 it just seemed like the right thing to do, finally. For the rest of my family, it's a renovation with a couple new bedrooms and a real 2nd floor added to a Post War 1.5 Storey with complete makeover. But for me, it's the Pinball Is Not Dead Workshop Valhalla. The Garagmahal of Pinball. The getting 8 project machines out of the jam packed basement, the, well... you get it. I've already shared this previously when I was a member of MAACA, but there's been some progress and I managed to mangle the original Flickr Album (who knew that when you convert form iPhoto to Lightroom to save hard drive space you'd lose the Flickr Albums!!). So here's the link to an album documenting the renovation (I update it daily if I can): https://flic.kr/s/aHsk3iAN3j The garage space is 37 x 16 x 11.5 feet high and will be occupied by both my pinball restorations and woodworking equipment (time to get back to making furniture for our new house). I'm in the process of planning sound isolation between the garage and main house, and it looks like it's "Green Glue" all the way. And the icing on the cake is that we "might" finally be able to finish our basement (which we've had completely waterproofed) and have the room for an arcade. I have had perma-grin for more than a month and I can't stop smiling (can't sleep much either, considering that I work at home). The main work is scheduled to be done by early November.