Since I don't have a shop, yet, I built a bench table that holds my table saw and router complete with gates, sleds etc. It's on casters that I roll out into the driveway. My miter saw is also mounted on the end.
Other tools that are seperate from my main bench:
Second router so I don't have to remove the one in the bench every time (actually I have 3 or 4 at any given time).
Industrial size jointer.
Worm drive Skilsaw.
Drill press, grinder and vice on a smaller bench top.
Belt and disc combo sander.
All the normal hand tools: cordless drill, hand sanders, rotozip, oscillating tool, etc. Biscuit joiner.
I think the only tool I don't have yet is a lathe.
I also collect and like to use old fashioned hand working tools when I have the time. I have just about every type of planer, drills, several full sets of auger drill bits, carving knives, draw knife, hand saws, mitre boxes, japanese saws, bow saw, chisels, wooden mallets, files, sanding blocks, you name it.
I make most of my jigs myself. But, I am a big fan of the kregg pocket hole jig for quick jobs though and I do have a dovetail jig I bought to do quick dovetails with the router.