Watching a programme on TV made me ask the experts here. I uproot the contents of my office and move to Belfast in November - use the items as if I was at home and then return them home in January - about ten weeks, end to end. In the past, I simply go around the office and store and put useful things in flight trunks and stick them in the van. Another case I fill with clothes - no suitcases, just pile stuff in. Equipment wise it's computers, monitors, cameras (video and still) printers, cables, microphones, walkie talkies, tool boxes, tools. Anything that might get used in a work away from home situation. I don't have any paperwork for any of it - never needed it before. With the situation between NI and GB - can anyone see any issues with doing exactly the same. A friend tells me it's carnets, accurate descriptions and paperwork. I rarely stop adding stuff until the van door won't shut the morning I leave. There's no mega expensive items, and it's all nowhere near new, or in new condition. I'm not taking any new boxed stock. What do you reckon - drive onto the ferry and do as before. Usually when they open the doors, they look at the mess and shut them again quickly. How is this kind of thing being managed? Is it different from sending new goods as sales items? No money is involved here, it's just setting up a 'I can do anything' office for a few weeks.