I started out with L-Boxxes and a lot of Bosch Professional tools. By now I have sold off almost everything I once owned made by Bosch, just kept a small rotary hammer and a 12V GSR for kinda personal reasons. Those are also still in 2 L-Boxxes. Without elaborating any further, the L-Boxx is simply not for me.
I now only use Systainers. My top priority is to fit as much accessories as possible together with the tool in a Systainer.
For example, my Snap-On impact wrench Systainer.
What the Systainer holds is two 3/8" metric socket sets shallow/deep. Additional battery, adapters (3/8"-1/2", 3/8"-1/4" hex, 1/2"-3/8" ...), charger, 1/2" sockets for tire changing, a 1/2" ratchet (not in the picture), 1/4" impact bits and of course the tool itself.
Then there is my Festool drill/driver kit. It consists of 3 Systainers. A SYS-1 with CXS and accessories, a SYS-2 with attic-lid for my PDC and accessories (+ one ration of consumables) and another SYS-1 with the Centrotec installers kit.
Attic-lid of PDC's Systainer
Then comes the DTS sander kit. It consists of one SYS-1 for sanding paper and a SYS-2 for the tool and accessories. Pictures were taken when I got the stuff - looks a little different today and there was more stuff added.
Then my SYS-5 for PPE. Currently there's even two pairs of boots in it, along with the rest...
Then a SYS-2 for my DWC. It's pretty basic. Tool, charger, batteries and some extra bits.
Then my SYS-PH. It has an additional extension cord with built in RCD / GFI (hope that is the right translation).
TSC and Carvex Systainers are kept pretty basic, too. So no pictures...
Currently I'm working on a concept for putting my Fein AFMM 18 QSL, and my Hilti TE 30-A36 in Systainer(s), too. I'll post pictures when I found a solution that works for me.
I also use the Festool-PDF to create my own labels. I might need to take a picture of all of them together *lol*.