Bought a $9 lack but found that access and visibility were going to be problematic. I saw some awesome designs with removable tops and removable leg, etc. I first thought of a 90° cut that would fold over to one side to leave more useful space on table top, but with my other setup it would crash. So this ~45° cut came to mind. Access to printbed, filament roll can live on top, and no increased footprint. I still have to relocate LCD controller to top - right behind the straight cut. I'll design a trim cover for both remaining raw cut surfaces and incorporate the LCD controller mount. I am thinking of adding LED strip to underside as well as around zframe. Depending on ambient temperature when stabilized (printbed @ 100°C), I might hardwire a spare printbed (fairly low wattage) to the PSU and suspend it near underside of tabletop with a circulating fan.
Definitely open to suggestions!