Sure, you've got a system: The driving bits go in the baby-food jars, spades go in the coffee cans, and drill bits are sealed up neatly in the margarine tubs. It works well enough, as long as you remember the Phillips bits are inside "strained peas."
But there's a better way to organize all the disparate bits you need to turn screws and drill holes. Nine better ways, in fact, as you'll see in the following slides.
Shown: Folded open, the Quadro tower's four legs reveal panels stuffed to the edges with 100 drilling and driving bits. Folded closed, all those masonry bits, all-purpose twist bits, and dozens of screw- and nut-driving bits take up a mere 4-1/4 inches of shelf space. About $45, Worx Power Tools