Hey guys, going to give all info I can so here goes, I'm building a 16x24 workshop that will have a few lights,window a/c 110v, various woodworking tools such as bandsaw, table saw, jointer, and the only tool I have have that I will run at the same time as others is a dust collector all which I think will be fine with a 100amp sub. My shop is about 100 feet from my main.My current main breaker is 200amps I'm not sure how to go about getting the current I have coming through it or what not but my main question is from what I gather I need 3 #2 stranded thhn copper wires one for hot,another hot, a neutral and then a #6 stranded ground? I would run that from the main with the meter outside( there's only one 200amp breaker so I wouldn't think) or the 20 circuit panel with I think a 150 amp breaker (at work so can't check)? Also they would have to tie in to the main lugs right? Doesnt seem like there's room. Also read that I need 2 ground rods by the shed and not to bond the ground and neutral together. I'm not sure what that means I thought each wire had its own bar that it went to. I know it's a lot to answer so I really appreciate any help and I know I should hire someone I just can't afford it. Trying to get it right the first time and not burn down my house!