I've been thinking about testing out my BOB on a weekend camping trip. I'd probably pack some freeze-dried meals instead of my Mainstay bars, just 'cause they're expensive and not that tasty (though I have subbed them in for a couple of meals before), but other than that, I plan on only using what's in my BOB - I'll strap on my sleeping bag to my BOB, bike around 5 or 6 miles from my house to the campsite, set up, have dinner, and then spend the night. Possibly breakfast the next day before heading home. I've already discovered that I need to add a small can of insect repellent and a few more safety pins to my FAK, and have improvised a few solutions to problems I didn't know I had, and revised the setup of my basic survival shelter. It looks like my shelter will do pretty well against rain and wind, assuming I set it up so that the right side of it is uphill, but I'm concerned about bugs. I don't know how persistent they are, but there's space between the edge of the tarp and the grass for a determined one or two to get inside, and my mosquito net has some gaps around the edge they could find their way through. Does anyone have any suggestions that I could implement for this? Here's some pics of my shelter. I've got a pretty cool penny-stove-based cook kit, too, and I'll get some pics of that up later, if anyone's interested.