I 'finished' what I started in this thread: http://www.terrariaonline.com/threads/a-place-for-everything-and-everything-in-its-place.28559/ The map can be downloaded from the map database here: http://terraria.curseforge.com/maps/vault/ I hated trying to find the chest that held something that I needed, so I created The Vault - A place for everything and everything in it's place. Each major type of item or material has a specific spot which makes finding everything very easy. The previous thread (link above) has descriptions of each of the spots. Since then I've added a lava P for Potions (which I put into the chests in alphabetical order) and a hellstone brick M for the Potion Materials). I also added a plant farm. It's 99 pots wide, so you get a full stack of plants in one run with the exception of water weed which is 4 pots short of a full stack because of the seed chests on the side. I put the top three seeds in the left hand chest and the bottom three seeds in the right hand chest. There's a hellelevator that goes all the way to the bottom of the world. At 688 feet below ground level there is an attempt at a wasp farm. You will need a grappling hook or a lucky horseshoe if you want to land on the ledge. It's pretty big (120 bricks wide by 200 high), but it needs a better tower in the middle. There is also another underground jungle just below the obsidian farm, but I stopped using it when I realized that wasps wouldn't spawn there because it was too close to the surface. This was all built by hand. UPDATE: Version 1.02: There is now a harpy farm above the dungeon entrance. The tunnel to the Demon Alter goes all the way to the dungeon. Yes, this was still all built by hand. Other notes: I play at the max resolution (1920x1200) and most of my 'places' are a full screen wide (120 blocks). The entrance to the Dungeon has been pretty much dismantled for pink bricks. I've emptied out the Dungeon and I've killed all the major mobs, but there are still plenty of shadow orbs left. I've mined only one or two of the floating islands.