John, I agree with what Rebecca posted. I use the Lofty Fiber raddle which is has a version made for the Jane loom (1/4 inch increments and taller dividers between each increment). and their lease stick holder system. Also, I do not chain my warp off of the warping reel. I tie my lease cross like Jane does, and add choke ties.
I simply drop the warp into a plastic bucket slowly as it unreels. I either use "yank and crank" method for winding on the warp, or simply stretch the warp out from the front of the loom with books placed on the end. As Rebecca states, it's easy to move the Jane to a position in my living room where there are no obstructions while doing this.
I have a sectional warp beam on my David 3 so warping is a completely different process.
Also, I have stenciled big 1-8 numbers on both sides of my levers on my table looms, so it's always fast and easy to identify which levers to use. Also, you don't lower every harness when you change sheds...just the ones that need to be lowered...so most of the time, I'm lowering only one or two, and raising one or two new ones. Very easy.
I love floor and table loom weaving...but guess which one I was able to use when I had my hip replaced until the hip had healed??