I love my bed slide. I was out cleaning my garage and organizing stuff a little bit the other day. And I decided to take a few photos of my bed slide and the way I store my tools, just to share with you fine folks. Most of the boxes here are for irrigation, but not all. All the black and yellow ones on the right are nozzle boxes. Two of the regular sized tool boxes on the left (there are 3, hard to see the last one) are for irrigation (tools, spare parts, flags, etc.) and the last tool box way in the back that you can't see is full of outdoor lighting stuff (lamps, wire, hubs, connectors, etc.). Then there in the middle are my everyday tools like a hand pump, measuring wheel, paint sprayer (I use that several times every day), box of marking paint, jumper cables, irrigation key, water meter key, and an auto mechanics floor pad (for my knees - hehe - I know, I'm a wuss). Also difficult to see way in the back are; a rain bird box full of spare valves, 4" spray heads, 6" spray heads, and 12" spray heads and a very small tool box that is just for small pieces of hardware, electrical fittings, nails, screws, hooks, etc. I should take a photo of my rear seats so you guys can see my rolling mobile office. That's pretty sweet, too, IMHO. Anyway, it's kinda nice because the rubber mat keeps everything from sliding around. And the bed stops at two different positions too. The best part is I can slide it all in under the Tonneau cover and nobody usually suspects that I have a few grand in tools and parts back there. 'Course this set up is just for what I would need. I don't do a whole lot of hands on work anymore. You can tell by the fact that there is no shovel there. But I do like to keep all the parts and tools handy for in case I get to a job and I find that we need a 6" or 12" instead of a 4". Or maybe we need a SAM head or maybe a valve or a module for a controller. Instead of driving to the store, I just have all that common stuff handy. Also in case I am at a clients house and there is just a quick simple repair needed, I am set up to do it on the spot. I do have some small hand shovels in there for that kinda stuff. Anyway, just thought I'd share my setup in my own personal rig with you all. .