Don't wait until the eve of trial to put together your motion in limine. If you wait until the last minute, you're certain to forget to list items of evidence you should be arguing aren't admissible.
A better idea is to start a list of disputed evidentiary points at the very beginning of the case. Add to the list as the case proceeds. If you're like me, you'll make most of your entries as you take and defend depositions, as it's during depositions that most disputed evidentiary points are first previewed for you by your opposing counsel.
When it comes time to put together your motion in limine, you won't be starting from scratch. You'll have a list of case-specific ideas already composed, which you can add to your usual generic points.