Kind of fall into the same category. A lot of folks want, or truly need, to have a table that looks nice in a clean suburban home. Not necessary here. My Glowforge was always going to be installed in a working art space. Lots of paint splatters, easels, drafting tables, glass fragments, storage racks, etc. in an unfinished basement. Don’t care what it looks like. As soon as I got the email that a pre-Release was on it’s way, went down to the local junk store picked up a $10 shaky desk, re-screwed and glued it back together for rigidness. Later, I slapped together $15 worth of lumber to create under desk material storage. Functional and completely unshakable. Could have used paint to make it prettier but why bother?