Nice work, Evan. It sure is a good feeling working in a clean(ish) shop! The trouble I have found is that newfound floor space becomes the permission slip for acquiring that "just one more" machine tool that ensures you don't have any more floor space
I acquired several pieces that I never thought I would own (like a horizontal mill and surface grinder) after I had the layout figured out and was really at that point where it was just comfortable to work in. Now its cramped...but I will make do and be grateful for the machines I have.
Its not just about space either...its about layout...you get one thing figured out like puting the welding table near the overhead door and then it constrains you to put the surface grinder closer to the other machine tools than you might like to have it. I would love to have all grinding and welding done in a room completely separate from machine tools other than the surface grinder. That really requires more space than guys like us can usually hope for...like separate spaces for all woodworking, machining, welding, grinding etc.
Still...good for you! It seems your new meds are a bit like Meth. They say that if a guy is cleaning out his whole garage it may be because he is on crank. It supposedly makes the most boring and mundane stuff tolerable.