I usually bring the following:
Lowel Tota Lights 750 watts: great for flood lighting but little control over the light, I usually bounce the light or have it shine through a 32 in. umbrella
LTM Peppers (Fresnel lights): these are great, they have very well designed barn doors and you can zoom the light in and out, I bring 420 and 650 watt versions with scrims to help control the light even more.
Cheap conical metal lights you can get at a hardware store with GE Reveal Light bulbs which are very close to photo bulbs, I also carry daylight balanced cf's which work well with my strobes.
Profoto strobes, power pack kits, I find that they are more reliable when it comes to color. With monolights you could get into a situation where two separate lights give different colors making post editing more fun.
And then an array of umbrellas, color correction gels for tungsten to daylight, tungsten to florescent, daylight to tungsten, and daylight to tungsten minus 2 stops (large sheets of these to gel windows if the shot can not be done with strobes) along with other color gels, diffusion gels, plenty of light stands, large black canvas cloth to block sunlight, white canvas to place on the wall/floor to bounce light.