Hello! I'm just wanting to get some opinions from other designers and lighting technicians out there on what is easiest and most helpful when you get a lighting inventory for a new space you'll be working in. The situation is this... After having been the lighting designer for a community theatre for about two years now, I'm going off to college. Since it's such a small crew of people at the theatre, the LD typically hangs and focuses everything themselves, so there isn't someone who really knows exactly what they have and how it works on hand all the time. So, I'm wanting to leave the artistic director and other folks at the theatre a detailed inventory of instruments, cable, accessories...etc. so that whoever they hire as designer for their upcoming shows can have something on paper, as well as for liability purposes--everyone will know what they're supposed to have so gear doesn't walk. What are some things that you guys would like to see included in an inventory catalog if you were to come into this position? What sorts of details? Thanks in advance!