I have 24 big 5/8 shells with stakes, that work great as a full-body replacement, for dark geese, and that supplements my full body spread if we can drive out. For white geese, lots of juvies, so numbers work. Socks and silos work great for me, and we had a few limit days this season (50 per person) . I have an ATV, and it got us in the wet fields easily. Transported the rubbermaid containers of socks out with no problem. Easy to set up. Two guys can set up 300+ socks and flyers in under 15 minutes. Everything contained in 4 rubbermaid containers. Can't do that with full bodies. For fields that we can't use ATV or truck, I'll haul out my blind, filled with socks, as many as I can take in 1 trip. I also have a kid's tobaggon that allows me to drag stuff over water and snow easily and efficiently. I'd stick with the silos and socks. Shells for dark geese work well, i like the GHG ones with the single stakes. I carry them in two back packs for carrying out.