If you have or had a get home bag and had to rebuild it, what would you do differently? I haven't given much thought to mine recently. For the last several years my office has been in the small town where I live. Being less than 5 miles from home I didn't put much thought into gear--I would just walk home, and depending on weather I should be there in an hour or so. In a few weeks all that will change as my office is being moved to Columbus and I will be 20+ miles away and in a denser urban environment. I'm not planning for any TEOTWAWKI scenario or zombie apocalypse. Most likely scenario is typical commuter routes are shut down, so I either stay put in my truck until conditions improve, or for some reason I'm forced to go on foot to find shelter in suburbia or push on to get home. In no particular order, I'm thinking of re-tooling a kit around the following: communications, security, core body temp (shelter, calories), and transportation. I'm looking closely at Hill People Gear's Equipage Levels as a resource: https://www.hillpeoplegear.com/Education/Equipage Thoughts?