Then the yellow ends of the miter saw bench stopped the table saw fence bars from going under. More wriggling as I lifted both the miter saw and bench saws bodily lengthways. Finally, I was able to nest the two but it used up a lot of depth in my 8' wide shed space. The saws face a 30" deep shelving unit.
I you close one eye you can't see the mess surrounding the nested DeWalt saws. Pushing the tyres with the flat of my foot proved useful to get the table saw to creep gently under the miter saw bench. I really don't need such a long bench for the miter saw but anything shorter would block the table saw on its mobile bench. Two mobile benches side by side would work [at considerable extra cost!]
The only obvious downside is the considerable distance covered on the ground when lifting and lowering from and back onto the wheels with the legs extended. The stand and mounted saw have to rotate around an arc centered on the feet of the forward legs.
Lifting the loaded, table saw bench on and off its widely splayed legs looks awkward but is easy enough. Even for a fully certified old fart like myself. The DE7400 mobile saw stand is highly recommended by this new user.