In keen anticipation of my BigBox to arrive, I'm wondering what lessons have been learned by existing BigBox builders so far that might help the rest of us. I know that there are many fantastic threads and blog-posts that people have made, but I feel there's a danger of (me missing) some absolute gems amongst the swathes of comments. If you can single out just one pearl of wisdom - something that you wish you had known about before the build; something that you wish you'd have started sooner, or the single best thing that you did that helped the build go smoothly - what would it be? I have all of the recommended tools, and some additional things like superglue (although I'm still not sure if that's to glue nuts into the nut-traps or nut-traps to the frame...); a magnetic project board ( ), digital calipers, cable braid and wire ferrules (not sure how useful they will be yet: ). I have other things that may or may not be useful, but basically I'm asking what is the best thing one can do to prepare for the build. One thing I lack that is perhaps considered essential (aside from common-sense) is lots of space, so I'll have to be very shrewd with the use of the space I have. Thanks in advance - this community has been outstanding. So many intelligent and genuinely nice people. Note: It appears that Amazon links don't work with AdBlock installed and large gaps appear in this post. Disable it on this page to see the Amazon links (and I presume E3D may get some revenue via the affliate advertising).