My first project back in the shop (well, second if you count the new railing for our front entranceway, but who wants to count that?) is a moveable work support that will function right away as infeed/outfeed/side support for the tablesaw. I'll be adding rolling stands for several of my power tools, built to a heights that will bring their working surfaces on level with rolling support, to create a modular shop system.
I have spent the majority of the last ten years working full-time while plugging away half-time on my Bachelor's degree. Now I'm in the process of folding the ceramics studio into the household, shopping for a kiln (which mostly consists of assessing our electric service and hoping it's up to the task), building proper stands for the Buki power tools, and considering whether I need to add a bandsaw next or a jointer.
It'll probably be the jointer, because I have a real need to be able to do clean-up work on the long edges of naginata.