Between my engineering classes and out-of-class projects, I'm always having to clear my breadboard every time I attempt a project. I would like to invest in some good, quality breadboards to conduct out-of-class projects on. Therefore, I have a couple questions I would like your expertise on.
I've always favored the more general layout, without the terminals that can be added to the breadboard. I don't always need these with little projects I'm doing, like Arduino projects. From what I've experienced, smaller boards that I can manipulate (move around) are always nice to have. Also, boards that are very long give me the option to utilize more components. From your expertise/experience, what type would you recommend for small projects, and would you lean more towards the longer or wider boards or towards the small ones?
I know it's dependent on the type of project; however, any suggestions/guidance is appreciated in understanding the ups and downs of each.