While I still love Free-moN, I've given away all my modules except Shoofly, meaning my only "home layout" is my 1'x6' Alameda Belt-in-a-Box shelf switching layout. I really miss my 23"x41" Mt. Coffin & Columbia River layout: & the fact that I could just fire it up & zone out or work while watching trains roll round through scenes. [Crappy trackwork subverted the rolling, thus the scrapping] A year ago or so, inspired by the small layouts of David K Smith & Chris333, I built some 10"x29" module sections that could be paired back to back to create a table-top roundy round layout: Or end to end to create a linear switching layout: Why 10"x29"? Because most important, I designed & built them so they could "stack" & fit into a standard IKEA shelving unit: Because I know two certainties in life: 1) I will be moving (again) at some point, & 2) at least 1 of the kabillion IKEA shelving products my kids' mom has had me assemble over the last 15 years will probably make the move with me. So here's the rough design I came up with: Am currently building only the far left pair, but planning for expansion. Each pairing would fit on another IKEA shelf. The far right pieces would allow for a longer roundy round layout, an "L", or an interchange option, along with two clamp-on staging/tail tracks. And here's the long switching shelf option: Will be DCC: [plate will be mounted from the interior to reduce profile] And somewhat modular, being connected with alignment nails & 1/4" bolts: spaced by this high-tech jig: Next: Handlaid curved 3-way turnout? Why not?