Thought of a few others
I use a stubby screwdriver with flipable flat and cross ends . The flat end is used on nipple ends to count turns when I literally screw together a wheel . there is a proper cranked screwdriver in the workshop but I prefer to spin the flat bit in my fingers ; the cross end is useful when your fingers are covered in lube .
There's the classic matchstick for inserting a nipple in a deep rim . I just use the next spoke I'm going to use with the nipple screwed on the wrong way to guide it into place .
Was going to make a wheel stand out of a long fork leg and a dial indicator . But no need and too lazy .
A customer has very kindly made us a power link remover out of a wire cutter . Works brilliantly and saves us ordering one , like we threaten to do every week for the best part of this year
RE: stands , if you ever need to adjust your gears or check the rear brake etc pretty much any solid surface that sits a few inchs below the bottom edge of your seat can be used to lean against . Push the bars and the rear end of the bike will lift off the ground , the bike will be at a squiff angle but you can hold the grip with one hand and run through the gears , the other hand spins the cranks and makes any adjustments between revolutions .
If need be an old ahead stem can be used to set a crown race . Pop the bolts out and put them in reversed with something thin but sturdy ( a 2p does me well ) in the slot and the clamp will open up enough to ensure a smooth slide down the steerer . I have a crappy atomlab one that's chunky and don't care about deforming slightly .
"It also has a seat. I don’t use it, but you probably will for the first few years until you build up the muscle."