I have a fun little opportunity total on this winter season. The company I now work for, who never really had a lighting department and hired me to build one, does not have a lighting work box for large corporate shows. So I will be building one! The best part is the budget is basically limitless if I can reasonably justify the purchase. A little about the type of shows we do, for now most of our shows consist of 4-8 Vipers, 6-18 Auras, Color force 2 12"s and 72", and depending on our shows S4 lusters or normal S4's and S4 parnells. I have already put together a decent list of what should go into the box along with the obvious stash of gaff, e, and other various tapes. Hardware wise I have - Full set of screwdrivers, Allans, security and regular torxs bits, a few Robinsons bits. - Full set of truss tools, a few 3' sparsest and gack flex, - 2 knuckles of shackles - Soldering Iron and helping hands - 12 terminators - 3 to 5 pin adaptors - some short network cables - a Swisson mxt350 - a fleenor 1x5 opto - extra c and mega clamps - a few rigid and swivel burros - ultimate flat wrench - spare leashes for tools - several c wrenches - truss bolts - a spud wrench - spare l21-30 ends - spare power con ends - 20' 12/3 cable - 1 hog usb super widget - a little light - insulated coffee cup - 1 full roll of tie line - 10 safeties - various color and defusion - S4 irises and gobo holders both A and B now on to my question... What has saved your bacon in the past that is now a staple in your work box for corporate gigs? Our fixtures ship with spare lamps in their road cases so I don't think I need a stash in the work box.