So I decided I wanted a more organized toolbag, I'd seen loads of reviews of the veto propack bags on youtube, and whilst they looked ideal, they were far too expensive, and well, to be honest, I don't entirely trust people reviewing items on youtube that they haven't either used or paid for!
The Facom rucksack style toolbag
At the time of purchasing the Facom BS L 30, I was working in a huge barn that was in the process of being converted into a lovely home, a mezzanine had been installed 6m above ground level around the perimeter of the barn and this provided access to all of the bedrooms, each with an en-suite bathroom. The staircase had not yet been installed and so I had to access the mezzanine using a wooden ladder and after a couple of days using a traditional style toolbox, I ordered the Facom toolbag online for next-day delivery.
The evening of the tool bags arrival was spent decanting my tools from the old box to the new one, suddenly there was an element of organization, that had never existed in the old toolbox - because certain tools would only fit one place, I was forced to put them back in the same place after every time I used them. This subsequently made everything much easier to find, and I even developed the habit of frequently putting the smaller tools into their correct pockets (obviously these could easily be thrown anywhere in the toolbag).
When fully loaded the Facom toolbag was heavy, I had managed to fit much more in it than in my old bag, this leads to further optimization, how many 17mm spanners did I need? How many flat blade screwdrivers?