I'm going to be framing quite a lot of art/photos/documents for family. I will be cutting mats and buying other materials, frames, glass, etc. in the sizes needed. I'm purchasing a Fletcher 2200 48". Most of the mats will be in the 16X20 size or less, but maybe as long as 36". Nothing longer. I will be working in a fairly small space. I have done a little mat cutting in the past with a C&H Advantage, but I'm very inexperienced. I'll be learning on the 2200. I'm looking for advice on an optimum/practical size for a table for the 2200 (which is almost 60" long). A local store has some used drafting tables which are 37.5 X 60 inches by 37" high. I don't have enough room to put the cutter in the middle of the room, but if I put my table against one wall I could easily access the cutter from 3 sides. I guess I'm wondering if 37.5 X 60 is appropriate, just adequate but workable, or if I really should look for something a bit larger. Appreciate any advice.