I have some thought about getting one of those Weatherguard Low Side toolbox that goes on either driver or passenger side of truck bed. My truck is 2002 Chevy 2500HD extended cab short box (6.5' box). There are two boxes that I can pick, one would be 47" long and the other would be 56" long. If I get one, I only would need one of them and would put it on the driver side because that is where I cannot see the edge of bed on driver side when I am inside the truck. Also it would be right next to me when I get out of truck. Now, I am trying to decide if I need this toolbox or not. I do have extended cab but I want it to keep neat and not cluttered. I thought about using RubberMaid small plastic storage boxes to tuck under the seat. But as I am adding stuff, it is going to fill up quickly. The advantage of having a toolbox is that I can keep the truck neat, but there is a disadvantage. It would take up some of my truck bed space, not too much, but some. It will be going over the wheel well. The bed is sprayed with Rhino Liner. I would be using the bed for carrying tools, top soil, mulch, etc. Would this cause problem? I also plan on getting a heavy duty load handler. Would this also be a problem? These are the following items that I would like to bring with me: Jumper Cables (maybe with bag like Bucket Boss?) Bungees Cords Hitch tube with ball Hitch tube with no ball Hitch pin Hitch tube pin Work gloves Safety glasses Snowbrush Tarp Rag towels A few hand tools Seat cover Flashlight w/ wand Flares Flag These are the following items that I would like to bring but not really necessary: Tote of hand tools Sockets and wrenches sets Chains I am sure that I missed a few things but you should get the idea. Thanks!