I moved from Milwaukee to Las Vegas which gave me an opportunity to upgrade my bench space, so I figured I'd post an update. Original post was Aug 1 for comparison.
and my overflow gear
WES51 and a 1960's (I think) version of the same thing. I've got one of those Radio Shack desoldering deals with the rubbler bulb on it somewhere..
Fluke 77, a variety of old Fluke/Tek bench meters and a bunch of those free harbor freight meters.
Tek MSO2024 and an old Tek 932 that got channel 1's Volt/div knob broken in my move. Hoping I can find parts for it.
That Long-Wei 30v deal there on the bench, and an old version of the same thing (B&K I think) in my overflow stash. Also a bunch of home made and random supplies.
I have a $150 Dell laptop I got on Black Friday a year ago running Ubuntu. Slow and horrible, but works fine for Arduino stuff and basic internet research on the bench. My main computer is a Dell XPS something-er-other desktop. All of this connected to an ESXi server and running FreeNAS (soon to be Nutanix CE) on the backend for storage (block and file).
Cheap-o-delux set of screw drivers off all sizes/shapes.
Does an illuminated jewelers loupe count? $2 at American Science and Surplus. (Chris, you MUST go there now that you live in Chicago)
14 watt candelabra ceiling fan light kit. That is to say, no lighting. I use a camping headlamp at the moment. Working on something to mount under my parts drawers.
Arduinos everywhere and Raspberry Pi's.
MISSING From my Bench ( I like this one so I'm keeping it in there):
I'm sure there is more, but I don't have the skills to justify much else.
I think that's it. Just wanted to share my update.