Howdy y'all. Back at it again. I have bunch of bushcraft/survival supplies sitting around the shop now, and having varying degrees of success at selling them locally, I am thinking about putting together some bushcraft/outdoorman/survival type of kits, and selling them that way. I'm aware of the fundamental issue with "premade kits", but I've got nothing to lose since I already own everything, and I figured I might can impart some of my experience into the field. Thinking about tackling it from a "price point" perspective, and working out from there? Current "first tier/$60-$70 (or less)odd dollar kit build idea: 1qt plastic bottle w/ screwtop lid 1qt stainless cup w/ lid cheap 7" folding saw w/ belt pouch Mora Basic Ferro Rod Tinder in can Poncho large with grommets (tarp substitute) Emergency Tarp Emergency Compass 50 gallon straw filter Space Blanket Whistle 50' Paracord Container (haversak or dry bag most likely) I think that is plenty to throw in a trunk or to get started out on the right foot and get some dirt time...maybe add a book...? Anyway, happy to hear critiques, and would love to hear some ideas on tiers/price points and whatall you'd think to see at those.