Gents, My first project gun tought me that things are much easier and less costly if I commit to a final design and options before setting files to steel. I'm away from home and my workbench a lot and because of this I spend a lot of time (months to years) conceptualizing builds. I've used a similar tracker to remind myself of different parts I've ordered and am considdering, and helps me keep track of the cost of each project. Don't know how many of you old farts are savvy with Microsoft Excel, but I've recently had to re-create a 1911 project tracker due to the loss of some of my historic data. As I was re-making the file, I thought that some of you might find it helpful. Items in green have been ordered. Orange are items I am considdering but have not ordered. Most items are hyperlinked to store pages in the event I want to remind myself or order more of the same part in the future. The prices for each build are totaled at the bottom (not seen in the screen shot). All items are associated with the parts diagram. I don't think I can upload the .xlsx file to the forum, but if enough people show interest and want to try it out, I'm sure we can figure out some way to share it.