I have been in the process of making multiple bags, 72 hour bag, general survival buttpack for hikes, etc, a rubbermade tote with supplies for leaving in a car, basic bags for both of my vehicles, also some small amounts being saved for prepping for saying in my house in an emergency. This is a large amount of gear and food, and can get confusing. I have 2 questions, for those that have multiple bags, do you have a system of keeping everything organized, keeping the right items in the right packs, etc. Also, how do you know if your getting to the point where your pretty much set to go and anything else would really be a waste of money, until you use it and have to replace. There is just so much stuff out there that could be considered a bob, or survival item...you could spend a fortune.(And Im not even talking about long term prepping which is its own subject all together). I am investigating respirators and crowbars now which I never thought about until I read something on line...it seems like the more I read, the more I want to add, thus the more money I spend. I know everyone customizes things to their own needs but when is enough enough??I want to be properly prepared, but dont want to go broke.