Thanks for all the responses.
Disclaimer, the following is stream of consciousness writing.
The garage is a three-car garage. We have most of our domestic stuff stored in overhead racks. So, I would have use of most of the space. I also have a mig welder and table and metal-cutting chop saw that will reside in a dedicated welding section.
I have many hand tools and several DeWalt power tools. I also have a pancake compressor and nailers.
This will be a business. I have incorporated a side business to sell some of the things I've designed for use in my own house. Most of those things are combinations of raw welded metal and reclaimed wood.
For now, I have ordered the DeWalt DW735X but have held off on a jointer. I visited the local Woodcraft over the weekend and filled up on Festool power tools (I couldn't help myself). So, in a few short days, this is my inventory:
Domino XL DF 700
Rotex RO 150
TS 55 Req
MFT/3 (no accessories)
MFT Clamp Kit
CMS GE Router Table Set
Various accessories for the router and sander
I ordered some Woodpecker squares and such (I have speed squares and framing squares, but I wanted the upgrade for some of the finer detail work I may be doing).
I also need a nicer collection of bar clamps (any suggestions? Looked at the JET parallel clamps).
I have used literally every one of the above tools over the weekend working on my current home project (temperature controlled wine cellar with custom mahogany single-lite door).
I'll let the tools situation grow organically from here. I'm moving onto storage solutions, dust collection, and shop build-out now.
A question about that. For a small shop like this, with the CT36 being used, do I need to get a larger system with a separator? I know the bench top planer blows chips at a high velocity, so I need something there, for sure. Also, my bench top table saw has no solution at the moment.
Again, thank you so much for the thoughtful comments. This is a solid group.