In a multi-year, endless quest for the perfect "Plumber's bucket [organizer]" I regret to report this just isn't it. For now I'm sticking to my Mil bucket organizer nested on a Homer bucket. I've tried other organizers/brands. I was excited this stout bucket-less version might be better because with the Mil bucket organizer setup I have now, I have to use removable rivets to hold the organizer onto the bucket and keep it from sliding down/off. (I'll detail more on this in a review under Mil's bucket organizer). What I like most about the bucket-less organizer is the stout, bombproof design. This isn't cheap material. There is no bucket req'd, and frankly the two incredibly strong handles are so much more comfortable than a thin 5G bucket handle. It looks very professional. It has a lot of pockets (50). It has a removeable bottom form (circular)-take it or leave it. Smartly loaded, it didn't fall over for me. For small jobs, it's a lovely B-L organizer. So what's the deal breaker Plain and simple: size. Just look at the photo: it's jam-packed and seemingly disorganized. Good luck getting to the bottom without first emptying everything out. Imperically, it's not even as big as a 5G bucket. For comparison, I can't take what I have in my current Mil bucket organizer and swap it into this bucket-less. It just won't fit.
Recommendation: Bulk this thing up another 20% minimum. Give us more breathing room. Lastly, the internal wrench holders/pockets are nice, but did anyone try to fill them with combination wrenches Even if you start with 1/4" by the time you get to larger sizes, they won't fit and rise up too high.
Recommendation: Someone from Milwaukee needs to contact me for appropriate pocket specs. Wrench pockets should start higher (smaller wrenches/makes it easier to find) and go down/deeper. This will allow heavier/longer wrenches to sit lower, be easier to find smaller sizes higher and improve the unit's stability. I use upto 15/16".