Cheers for the comments, after many years of storing my hand tools in a large Kennady tool box that took up valuable floor space, I have meters of wall space, but you can't stand a machine on a wall, so a few years back I retired the tool box (sort of) and put up the Bott Perfecto wall boards at the back of the work bench, and never looked back . Its, not the cheapest system, being all steel, but it does work well. An example of cost, the clips, single hooks and long double pegs I used to mount the hammers and 3/8 drive gear came to about £35, still cheap when compared to the cost of a good quality tool box.
Since using the system, I can locate what I need at a glance, when working at the bench as soon as I have used a tool it goes straight back keeping the bench free from clutter, with the tool box, tools would just build up on the bench, I would be raking through the draws looking for the tool I needed, and I don't suffer from that most frustrating of conditions, stuck draw syndrome, when tools get jammed.
Also, clean up is ALLOT quicker, I can see at a glance what is missing. It works well for me.
Tonight's job was to pipe in the compressor, I found a home for my portable compressor between two of mills, serviceable but not ideal, but it will do for the time being.
I will tee into here,
It's good to have the compressed air back, I also figured out that with a bit more jiggery-pokery, I will have the room for a blasting cabinet in the workshop, another thing to make.
Take it easy lads, Rob.