I am moving cross country soon and will attempt to take my layout with me. It is complete except for scenery. The benchwork is all screws and bolts and will disassemble easily. The track is not ballasted so can be tagged and boxed. But, what about the wiring? Nothing is soldered; all connections are to terminal blocks, so all wires can be disconnected and saved (theoretically.) For those of you who have gone through this process, is it worthwhile to try to save the wiring? I spent a lot of time underneath the layout, and would like to preserve all that work, if feasible. If I do, are here any suggestions as to how to categorize and package it so that I can make sense of it at the new location? I have made wiring diagrams, but that's just a pretty picture.