I know, this day and age, 1 GB doesn’t sound like much. But you can still put a bunch of pictures on it. More important, you can use it to back up your CAD files just in case disaster strikes your workstation.
This issue is, unfortunately all too common. It’s probably a case where the designer knew exactly what they were intending and could easily build it up without any problems. However, when sending it out to a third party for assembly, that “in the head” knowledge doesn’t help much. If you’ve got a PCB that you’ve been assembling yourself and later send out for assembly, make sure you aren’t assuming that the assemblers can derive what’s hidden in your brain.
Beware the monsters from Id.