We are a little more cautious with the chance for self injury, as he has Von Willebrand's blood disorder. Having a floor bed has its advantages when they are very young, as it promotes independence and allows for movement within the room at the child's desire...we used to keep a baby gate at the door when he was very young, but that no longer is necessary. Now, the only thing the baby gate is helpful for is if the boys want to do a project in their room with their bedroom doors open but they don't want our pup to get into their things.
He seems to like having these little extras in his room.
Since we homeschool, I would rather that toys be kept in his bedroom versus out where they could get intermingled with his "work". The train table works in his room gives him a chance to go and play and be creative in his room. He can make all of the sound effects that would be disturbing if the train table were out in the room where they do their work.
Both Little Bro and big Bro just love everything to do with Toy Story. This is probably because we live an hour from all things Disney and have had season's passes there over the last few years. There are some neat attractions at the Disney parks related to Toy Story, as well as some shops in Downtown Disney that feature Toy Story items...so that is that.
Little Bro also wanted his room to be "either a cowboy room or a space room" when we moved into our home, so Toy Story kind of works with both of these...