A jack-off table? You need a special table for that?
Why not just raise the empty tun in the first place? I usually just rest mine on a couple kegs, fill with strike water and dough in. Then run into the kettle directly or use grants.
For vertically-challenged brewers, getting the strike water into the tun is awkward and potentially dangerous. I have to get up and down on a kickstool in my kitchen to pour it in a gallon at a time, which also is just begging for a splashed-hot-water incident, and then I still have to hoist the kettle on to the stove (edit: or pour the wort into the kettle a gallon at a time, which is what I do most often). Unless this thing did steps, I couldn't use it for everything I need (such as taking out the spent grain), but it does get filed under "tools that can ease the process." I like this thread -- very helpful. (I do have a Radio Flyer, which is great for dragging stuff around the apartment.)
I've given up on brewing outdoors or brewing more than 3 gallons because of the hitches in the physical process.
Hmmm... I wonder if I painted it to match the living room, if I could justify it as a side table...