Stano: I really like the sliding table saw and miter saw. Good job.
DLynch009: I have my brake set up the same as you. Alot of people tell me it's a bad idea, due to turning pieces of aluminum over. I don't have a problem. Anything over 7' I have to step to the back and flip over, but that's pretty rare. It's been there for almost 5 years and has worked out great. No set up time and no loading and unloading.
I have the coil roller on mine, so I don't have to worry about rolling out aluminum.
I do have a shelf over the top of mine. I find it handy to put pieces I've laid out or scrap.
Good looking trailer.
I've noticed a few people posting that they aren't hauling theirs as much as they used to. Unfortunately I noticed that within the first few months. The trailer worked out fine. Hauling it around is a pain. Everyone has a different geographical location, but for me, there were times I had to park about 1/2 block away. Way too much walking. We still take the trailer to some jobs, but it doesn't get hauled around very much.
I'm in a suburban area 90% of the time I have street or driveway parking. That being said I make sure when I go out to do estimates it's a must to mark down whether the trailer can be pulled there or not. More often than not theres a way to make it work. I just like being able to detach the business part of my vehicle and have a normal truck to commute/travel. Before going out on my own we tried many different setups and the trailer works best for me with the material I have to take to a job site and haul away from the job site. Hell, the dump fees charged for hauling doors and windows away in a year can pay for your entire trailer.