So, I'm academically curious about this, to be clear. I'm not planning on buying a new lathe anytime soon, but I was hoping this year would see a new shed, so naturally you play the "I've won the lottery, now how will I make my dream shed" game. And I realised, I got the minilathe with very modest goals - literally to turn new handles for chisels, shaker drawer pulls, maybe someday a table leg, that sort of thing, and a year later I haven't turned one drawer pull but I've turned bowls and platters and yule decorations and even a tortoise. So I'm wondering - how did other people "progress" from lathe to lathe and how did they know what lathe to get after a minilathe; or do most people just stay with a minilathe forever? Surely everyone who tries this can't just wind up standing in front of a massive powermatic lathe turning 48" end grain hollow forms while wondering "how did I get here, I just needed a new handle for my half-inch chisel..."? What do people tend to move up to as a second lathe?