This past summer I came upon an old home brew kit at a yard sale. I figured I could scrounge it for some buckets and such. Turns out there was a 5 gallon glass carboy in there. I've read a few places before that glass carboys are like motorcycles, you've either had an accident or you're going to have one. I do have a few plastic ones, and even those I felt a little unsure sometimes moving a full one around the house, especially through doorways or other tight spaces. Anyway, i recently got one of those straps / harnesses that fits around the bottom, and it makes it much easier to lift and move around. I guess this is a long way to ask, what's the worst spill / mess you've had? Also, what did you do to attempt to mitigate or prevent it from happening again? I've never spilled a carboy, but I did pour some wort into a bucket with a spigot, which I apparently didn't check to make sure it was closed. got about half a gallon on the floor before i realized it. Now, I check it a few different times before I'm ready to pour. If I'm brewing with the wife, I'll even have her check it a time or two.