My spread is getting to be like a giant yard sale rig this days.... the con of that is it can be challenging to pick up and organize the spreads after the hunt. Typically, I'll have at least 2 permanent spreads that I will leave out during the non conservation order season. that spread consist of the following (divided): Several hundred TNT's ( I like this because they stack well in the trailer, and don't take up much room) 200 Avery one piece FB's 400 Two Piece Avery FB's 120 Hardcore FB's 10+ Doz Avery Shells ( These look good on top of the pit, and gives a hi/low look mixed in the FB's) I don't run any electronic decoys, but use some flappers, and old goose noose flyers if there is wind for them. Also still use flagman pole kites. I also have a "running rig" for spring hunting that consists of a couple thousand Silosocks, and about 1000 White Rocks. I think both look pretty good, but picking up a thousand WR's with fiberglass stakes gives me blisters on my hands. I would prefer to have a rig that was all of the same type of decoys, but the spring birds move through arkansas so quickly anymore that it is hardly worth changing .