Saw this nifty cylinder head video [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dfzeMgrHqA"]here[/ame] Home made press *Start of video Ice cube tray sorting *Skip to 5:38 Pizza box *Skip to 6:53 My buddy helped me remove the cylinder head off my slant, and we used a box and plastic sandwich baggies to keep things in order and labeled. At the machine shop, I saw them using old 2 liter soda trays for their pistons! Another buddy told me his dad would tape everything and label everything. Remove distributor, tape everything up and write down where things went. They also nailed mason jar lids to a piece of wood on a wall, collect misc small parts, label the jar, then seal the jar. I would have never thought up anything like these ideas. In fact, if I didn't pick up these ideas before taking off my cylinder head, I would have probably mixed things up... or... laid everything out piece by piece until I chronologically lined my garage I work at Ikea, so parts (hardware and wood) are easy to come by for cheaper than what customers get it for. I am thinking that it's easier to buy a built workbench from a hardware store, but to use ikea and build a cabinet to organize parts and tools. Thoughts or tips to share?