I'm setting up a little ski waxing and light tuning shop, and I know sawhorses and a two-by-something or plywood would meet minimum requirements, or could nail boards together until I end up with a flat surface I could clamp stuff to, but I'd love to end up with a table or bench that'll work for all my little household projects. Portability isn't an issue and the piece doesn't have to be beautiful, but it has to fit into a space that's 5-6 feet long and a couple of feet deep.
I've looked at the "show me your tuning setup" threads, but I need a little more than pictures of a finished product. I'm certainly not a carpenter but I've made simple stuff and have used (and have respect for) a variety of power tools and can follow directions if they come with drawings or pics. I don't have access to a shop, and at this point my tool collection consists of an old cordless drill, a 15 inch crosscut saw, and an ordinary assortment of wrenches and the like. My season pass, the new skis I can't live without, and the steals , but I can move money around in the budget for used power tools.
So, can anyone suggest sources for simple plans a motivated amateur could follow?