Another one of those topics I've been tossing around the past few days.
What's your bag setup of choice when you make large bulk purchases of materials? Any special tricks you have that everyone else may not have thought of to streamline the process? When milling, do you convert to ink in batches or save all the pigment until all the herbs have been milled?
For milling, I've been using two herb bags and two Inscription bags. Every time the Ins. bags fill up I mail all the pigment off to an alt, then when it's all done I return all the mail, switch to four Ins. bags and make ink.
Prospecting I'm not as sure one. I usually have one ore bag, one JC bag, and two all-purpose bags. When I start running out of room I mail all the uncommons off and throw stacks of rares in the bank. This sets it up for me to return all the uncommons at the end and have mostly empty bags to start crafting rings. On that note, I craft the rings while sitting at the mailbox with TSM set up to auto-mail them to my enchanter and recheck for more every 30 seconds. I can usually click once to craft 200-300 rings and walk away, when I come back they'll all be in my chanter's mailbox.
Also on the subject, I've been considering eliminating a couple of monthly bills I have to make room for a second account to handle all this. For anyone else with experience doing this, do you think it's best to have JC/Inscription on the same character so you can mail them everything, or have them separate?