This is pretty much the table as it looked before going to Copenhagen. This is a "tall" stand with about 3" cut off the feet as it was a little too tall and the standard stand was too short. The webbing at the top was replaced with luggage straps so I could adjust the height. Lowering the stand by lengthing the strap had the added advantage of widening the base making it more stable. The only thing that isn't shown here are the eyebolts at the top for a shoulder strap and a couple of metal brackets on the bottom of the legs so I can store the tabletop, sling the strap over my shoulder and walk easily with the whole rig.
I chose a Naugahyde top as it rains frequently over there and I didn't want a fabric pad to get messed up. Since then I've replaced the top with green poker felt and a wood border instead of the upholstery tacks.