I recently built the Table Saw Storage Cart from Woodsmith No. 233. I decided to replace one of the pegboard frames with a plywood base for my Kreg Jig. By cutting a couple of hand holes in a piece of plywood, the workstation slides in and out easily. I even had room on the panel to add some blocks to hold my assembly clamps. Because I have a K5 system, the Kreg base stores the drill bit and accessories. This means that when I need to transport my jig, I can simply carry the jig base wherever I need to use it. The plywood base is wide enough that it can be used without clamping it to the workbench, or can be set on sawhorses.