There are plenty of 'post your drums' threads, and they are great. But I am interested in the layout of your kits (especially those of you with large kits like me). I like to look at some of your unique pieces and maybe even your reasoning behind certain placement of items. Here is mine to start things off... I have a few unique things on mine such as the 3 ride cymbals or 4 hihats. The kit has 2 sides like mike portnoy (though he is not my favorite drummer, just think the idea is brilliant). The two sides, for me, allow different styles and sounds. The left side is smaller and used for more poppy songs or a bright tone. The right side is bigger and deeper, allowing a more metal atmosphere. I like to put my highest tom 1 in from the left side, this allows easy flow of triplets, or any three note grouping, as well as 16ths (when i usually dont use the 10" drum). I also like to have a chinese cymbal next to the crash cymbal of an approximate size, just for color tastes if I choose to use it. I have 4 hats: 10" on the left 12" in the middle, 15" dummy on the right and 13" remote on the right. These have so many good uses, too many to explain. Same with the 3 rides, I have one kinda hidden under another on the right side so I can easily use both. Nobody I have seen does this, it is unique to me. Another thing that is unique to only me is one of my favorite parts of my kit. The 16" mounted tom on the left can move to be played on the right side. The tom arm is put in a snare base with a memory lock in place but the base of the stand is left loose. This allows me to easily just grab the drum and rotate it to the side I'm on. I use a 10lbs weight to hold the base of the stand down to compensate for the weight of the drum being way over the center of gravity. If you are curious about anything on my kit I'd love to explain some more for you guys. I will probably be asking you all questions too. I think it is a great thing to learn from others about placement and you can really find some innovative stuff out there if you look for it! If you don't want to spend the time in mspaint I suggest going to sabian.com and using their kit builder, which in my opinion is the best one out there. But at least label it in paint or something.