Back when shooting so many p. dogs, we made all kinds of tables. We came up with a very stable table that you could have a 400 pound gal up there doing a lap dance on. Basically it looked exactly like MikeCTX table, but with a 4th leg. The one big mistake a guy can make on a home made table is to make the table so narrow in the rear that would leade to him not being able to put his elbow on the table, that elbow has to be supported in order to be stable in your shooting. We had no issues leveling the table on the dog towns with solid 1 1/2" straight pipe legs. I feel as if adjustable legs is over kill, but it sure would be nice on extremely uneven ground. The legs when unscrewed do roll around , so we had a local saddle shop make a simple canvas bag to keep the legs in. If the legs are not angled, you will have a rickety outfit. We put two handles on the front, and two handles on the back to make the 1 1/2" plywood easier to move around. CdnHotShot's design could save a guy a lot of trouble if the height of the table fits his torso. One thing that guys forget is the quality of the stool or chair which is as important as the table. The stool has to fit your table's height, so an adjustable musician's stool gets this job done in spades. I get these stools cheap at pawn shops, they are very comfortable and adjustable.