Glad you like it Pete.
Here's a shot of a Stablemate foldable saw horse and polyurethaned oak plywood top bench. It's very sturdy and I like it for a lot of miscellaneous projects around the shop and home. They'll work for conventional ski and shop vises as well. I made two of them and they're nice to have around (and the Cinch is also useful for other oddball clamping tasks that crop up). I routed in some slots to slide and pivot the bolted vises as needed. This is very useful for varying the length, especially going from my boards to the kid's. One advantage of the smooth top and slot approach versus the Terminator using the Cinch is that you can simply twist the vise from inline to sideways, whereas with the T2, you have to unscrew a bit more to clear the rails. The T2 designed integration locks them better, but with enough force on the knobs, I find them plenty sturdy & highly versatile on a smooth top with more area.
The top of a not pictured option, is not on center, with the center of the saw horse which allows for the legs to not get in the way better and you can mount stuff like the bins, or a drawer but deeper than this option two for tools and materials. The Cinch, bolt and slot approach keeps the front clear so the bins are fully accessible. Conventional vises have to be accounted for relative to bin depth and clear access to the stuff in the bins. Another shelf below the top is another option you could mess around with very easily.
An alternative to the routed slot for the Cinch is to drill a series of holes to reposition the vise or simply use the included clamps like with conventional vises.