1 1/2" thick foam cut out for basic hand tools; they stack to the left of the cargo floor. The bar at the left is a 1/2" breaker bar, used as a lug wrench. The extension and lug bolt socket are at the right. Both are held by clips I bought at Ace Hardware. The jack handle is held by the same kind of clips on the right side wall. A cheap but extensive socket set is retained by the same clips to the right of the cargo floor on the right side (I snapped off half of those clips and arranged and screwed them down around the outsides of the tool case, to keep the case from sliding around). The center pic is squashed to fit; note the little white thing on the underside of the package shelf - that's the wedge that holds the cargo floor up. Coveralls, jumper cables and a full set of combination wrenches are in the center of the spare tire. The one draw-back to this setup is that the breaker bar and lug bolt socket get in the way of luggage loading; they frequently get displaced when loading/unloading.
Click the thumbnail for a close-up of the clips.