A couple of weeks ago at Sit and Stitch one of the women had a zipped binder from Knit Picks. It had individual zipped pockets for needles and room for loads of needles. Alas, Knit Picks doesn't make it anymore.
A friend suggested a fishing binder. It's really called a Worm Binder. It comes in several sizes and replacment pages are readily available. During the first half of the game Sunday, I set it up and labled the individual pockets. I love it. All my circulars (or all that I can find) are finally in one place. I don't have to worry about them falling out and there's room for other needles that I'm sure are lurking in project bags. I'll admit it was scary to finally see how many needles I actually have!
I found this at the local outdoor store. WalMart and Kmart didn't have them. Prices range from $9.99 to $29.99. Replacement pages are $5.99 for 10. The largest size comes with 20 pages. I have 40 pages so far. When I get back to the store, I'll pick up additional pages as I'm also going to store my DPNs in here. There are also lots of pockets for notions. It fits in the tote bag I carry most often. One word of caution, check the binder rings before you leave the store. I had to return the first one as one of the rings was broken. I'm going to replace all the rings as I think they are flimsy, but that's the only drawback to an otherwise great bag.
Now I need to find a way to store my crochet hooks. I've been crocheting since I was 7!