I am having my second home vbac any day now. I did make a just in case of transport plan and a just in case of surgery plan. However, I am one of those people who once I have a plan, I don't worry, for others this might make them worry more. I wrote a 14 page (including a table of contents!) booklet for my birth team. The actual birth plan for in case of transfer or surgery is just one page long. The plan for at home is a bit longer. I included things like what to bring to the birth (like a personal bag for the members of the team), a list of where things are located in the house, a little blurb about what each person's "duties" (for lack of a better term) are, a bit about my children, some funny stories from my last homebirth, a poem I wrote about the baby I miscarried (who I believe is this baby I'm fixin to birth), as well as an almost page long statement about privacy. I have rather high standards of privacy apparently. I had fun putting it together and we all had fun going over it on the home visit. I also covered things about how I might change my mind at any minute and how I might ask them to leave and please don't be offended if I do, ect. Mostly it was written for the team members other than my doula and my midwife but my midwife said she wished more people were so assertive. It will make a nice keepsake I think.