As with most folks here, I never photographed the bathroom setup (I now have a permanent darkroom). With only one bathroom and a wife who thinks she has to bathe EVERY day, the emphasis was on speed of setup and takedown. Among the many things I found very handy was a plastic bin (like the Tupperware kind everyone fills with kids toys). At the end of a session, I simply through all the wet equipment in there to get it out of the bathroom quickly. I rinsed it first, of course, and then just let nature dry everything until the next session. One more tip: after a session during which I accidentally pulled my plywood bathtub cover and dumped everything all over the place, I nailed some 1x2's on the bottom to act as guides so it would never slip again. The main advantage of the bathroom setup is that you don't have to walk to far to pee.