I figured we could all share our own tips and tricks at keeping things organized around the shop and in the tool box. What are some of the things that you own that are exceptional, or methods that work for you? I've found that investing in a quality roll around locking tool box alone has helped me out gobs, vs haveing 3 smaller chests, being able to roll everything I'll possibly need for the most part out in front of me for a project really speeds things up. Organization wise the basics, pliers have a drawer, screwdrivers have a drawer, hammers have a drawer, sockets my prefrence is all 1/2" drive together in the lowest smallest (heightwise) drawer they will fit in, makes it nice when I'm under the truck to crawl to the box and reach in to grab what I need without ever standing up, next drawer up is my 3/8's and 1/4" stuff. I use medicine bottles and the like to contain loose cotter keys, and the small clear plastic fishing tackle boxes to organize my electrical butt connectors and fuses as well as plastic emissions type hose fittings. Over time I've accumulated a bunch of small stuff and its nice to have it where I can find it when I need it. zipties work miracles for keeping chucks with drills and grinder wrenches with the correct grinder. but thats all basics a cheap tupperware set with a bunch of pieces, masking tape and a marker are your best friend when disassembling a motor or entire vehicle, beats ziplocks hands down I've added a bunch of small simple kick-knacks arounds my workspace I'll just have to take note of them next time I'm outside and add them on. Cam's welding bench with the magnetic cups reminded me of this.