My wife always likes to be prepared for anything. That's why our closet always has way more things in it than we would need for any particular trip. That being said, it is not unusual for us to go to the dessert one weekend where it will be in the 90s and up, then go to the mountains the following weekend where it will drop into the up 30s at night. And the thing with our SMB is we don't want to be packing it for every trip, it is supposed to always be ready to go. So in short, the closet is over flowing. I would often have trouble sliding the other (shelf side) door open because it would get hung up on a hanger or grab something else along the way.
So I got some nylon straps and plastic buckles from REI. Using the "L" brackets that SMB uses to mount the cabinets, I secured the strap to the back of the closet. It took me a few tries to get the buckles in the right spot but now I can pull a over loaded closet back out of the way of the sliding doors and everything stays put.
This is how it looked before. I would have to push everything back to close the door.
This is all the stuff that is always in the closet, notice the 2 down jackets.
Now I have room for more but don't tell my wife