Here are some answers asked by various emails, search strings, personal experiences etc.
You can't buy a Fisher/ Chapman Dolly. They aren't for sale except under certain conditions involving those of you living outside the US.
If you're using a single sheet of plywood, you don't need a plastic top (unless the DP doesn't like the light bounce off the plywood)
Wedge the boxes first. Make 'em stable.
Please stop trying to wedge the crossties between the joints before I level the joints.
Don't fill in behind me until I ask you to.
No, I didn't bring the starter track. I have enough to keep up with. Pick the dolly up the four inches it requires to get the front on the track or get me some wedges. Sack up and be a grip.
No, I don't have a cupholder.If there is one in the hole I'm trying to put the seat in to set up your shot, I will throw it across the room.
Yes, I have a seat offset. You are now the subject of my next post.
No, I do not want a clamp on the end of the track.
Get me a clamp for the end of the track.
It's not a magic vibration isolator.
No, these wheels will not mark a wood floor.
I don't know how you can become an extra. Believe me, you don't want to.
No sir, you said fifteen seconds. I timed it on my watch.
I don't know where it is. I think it's over there.
Yes, I started when he did. (I really didn't because I was checking my Twitter page).
No, I can't get you a stinger.