Well, how bout pimping up your breadboard and turning it into a lean, mean, digital-development machine?
This is a short list of the most useful breadboard tricks that I have picked up over the years. Hopefully there's something in here that you will find useful which you haven't already thought of.
Ok, I don't really have 10 tips to share; it just makes for a catchier title. :P
Step 1: Power connector
See the following picture. It's made from SIP header pins and protoboard. After point-to-point wiring, it is covered with sculpting epoxy.