Any bear-country advice I've heard says not to sleep in the same clothes that you cooked your dinner in. OK, but I would assume you probably don't want to keep them in the tent with you either, as that would just be exactly the same as wearing them.
If it's raining and/or cold, you've got to do something with your rain shell jacket, rain shell pants, insulting torso layer, insulating pants layer, baselayers, underwear, socks, hat, etc. (I'm not cooking naked!). It's not like there's room for all this in my bear canister along with my food! OP Sacks might be useful for this purpose, to keep stuff in the tent with you, but if any scent gets on the outside of them, they're worthless, and they also tend to get small holes in them easily, also making them worthless.
What do you guys do? And what do you think we SHOULD be doing?
Oh, and what's everyone doing with their stove and pots?
Again, just not enough room in the bear canister for everything.