The first is a dedicated two disk sanding station where I can sit comfortably while shaping at the disks. This has greatly facilitated the shaping process already, and once I get proficient with it I should be able to eliminate the blind side shaping I was doing previously with the one sided disk approach.
I've also set up an improved buffing station that I can sit at and has two wheels. Now I can easily move from brown tripoli to a finer white compound I use while buffing. Then for the final polishing I can change those over to Carnuba and a flannel buff.
In addition to being easier on my back (which is not what it once was), these sitting stations allow me to see the work better and encourage me to spend more time with the processes. I'll try to snap some pictures of these stations and add them to my Workshop link.