Currently, if you have anything locked down, and it is a stackable resource, you have to unlock the item to be able to take any from the stack, then lock the item back down. Not only is this a hassle, but you run the risk of forgetting to lock the stack back down, or if you lose power or internet connection, are unable to return before stack decays, whatever, you lose it all. Sure, you could keep everything in secured containers, but that adds another step or two if you are having to organize it all in interior pouches. It also adds housing storage usage by having to do this. What if, for example, I wanted to deco my house with stackable glass bottles, but didn't want the hassle and risk of locking them all down, and opted to put the rest in a secured container? Now I am using 1 storage for the deco, and another for the actual storage of the bottles. Why can't the person who locked down the stack freely take from it without having to unlock it first? You can add to it without unlocking.