Just curious how some of you would outfit a 20' storage container if you had one? Welding brackets on the inside doors so you could put a bar across it to keep it closed would be item 1 for me as well as making a way to convert it from locking it from the outside to quickly changing it to keep someone from being able to lock you inside. Water, food and possibly a few firearms and ammo would be a given (or could be transfered from my safe last min) Waste disposal? Air filters on the vents? The ideal would be for it not too look like a bunker and assume power and utilities are down while taking shelter in it. Some things I wonder about: Storing batteries and other temperature sensitive items in there would not be wise so they would have to be able to be quickly loaded from the house and transferred. Bunk beds are easy enough to build with 2x4's and plywood. Tools like shovels, breaker bars (to dig out stuff from a collapsed home?) to basic mechanics tools? Propane bottles for a stove for cooking (assuming you could get some air circulation) and a heater. Plenty of flashlights. Water sanitizing chemicals or filters? In my head I see bunk beds at the back with rows of shelving for all of the stored stuff and maybe a fold down table top by the doors so you could vent it. It's just something I've been kicking around in my head for a few years now. My parents are using it to store some of their things but will be hopefully emptying it this next year. I thought about making it a shop but a fall out shelter of sorts seems more practical for emergencies like what the south is facing. Lemme know must haves you would put in and other ideas that are out of the box thinking. Or just have fun with the idea and I'll steal the best parts .