Allan, you really did a great job, and to think that it came from scraps. Now that is innovation. Good for you.
In our course one of the other students was telling us (he runs commercial apiaries) that in all of his apiaries he keeps one or two "superhorses". Basically similar to a sawhorse, but the top is rectangular to hold supers when you are lifting them off the colonies. I have had the idea explained indepth to me, and I am going to ask my husband to construct one for me. When he does, I will post a picture.
This superhorse seemed like an excellent idea for ease of lifting supers and needing a place to set them. And it can be made to fit specific heights. I am challenged in the vertical sense and I need things tailored to my 5 foot 2 inch body. I usually set mine on the ground angled across the lid, but it is hard on the back to lift them up and down, so superhorse innovation here I come. Have the best of the best day. Cindi