Ok, so the last one got canned because people kept quoting pictures, so if you want this one to survive: PLEASE DO NOT QUOTE IMAGES in your reply posts!! Updated: Also, please try and post thumbnail links to your images in order to reduce the time and bandwidth consumption that posting full size pics can create, especially if all users do it. (Yes I do realise I am the main culprit, but I am posting pics to suite from now on). That being said I think this thread is a good place to show off any recent cable management work you have performed and to also get advice on how to get it looking neater and cleaner from other members. All you have to do is post a pic or two and a brief explanation of what you did, how you did it, problems etc. It's also a good idea, if you have one, to post a before pic so people can see the hard work you have done! So without further ado, here's my case atm, I am 98% happy with it and I think I just might move the cathodes around a little and then I will be 100% happy with it. Also wanting to install a blue led tri-cool fan at the rear and move the stock tri-cool to the centre hdd cage mount, but will see how I go. I've spent roughly 5 hours over the past few days on cable management. It's hard to make it neat with a case that isn't particularly optimised or designed for quick and easy cable management. Anyhow, here's a crappy mobile phone pic of what it looked like when I first assembled it. I didn't bother making it neat then as I knew I would be reconfiguring and moving things about. Originally: The rest of the pics were taken with my new Olympus camera: After a quick clean-up: And here's a pic of it I took the other day after spending a few hours and a few hundred cable ties on it cleaning it up a little bit: Side kinda view of it: Powered on with the side panel off at night: Way more work to come, including a front 5.25" bay panel mod for a rocker switch to be installed, a minor mod on a pci bracket to allow cables through and eventually a themed side window mod. Gotta get some tools and gear together and get on top of uni in the mean-time. More info plus progress updates on this project can be found in the Sonata 3 case mod project link in my sig.