Thanks for the kind words, guys! Except for the two hardwired cables, the PCIe cable (it was already nicely sleeved), and an extension cable that doesn't show from the front, I custom made all of the PSU cables, occasionaly cannibalizing connectors from other cables but usually just buying new ones. It's not that hard, just time consuming but, then, I'm retired so I can afford to take the time. I did do a bit of cheating, though. I was afraid to dismantle the PSU 24 pin connector to sleeve it since I'm color blind and trying to get it back together would have been a nightmare so I just covered the parts that showed with sleeving that wraps around the original, nearly transparent sleeving. I did the same thing with the two breakout cables since the sleeved portion was a straight run (except for that one little kink). Getting all the SATA data connectors through the sleeving I had on hand would have been a nightmare (it would have been impossible with the mini-SAS connector) so I cheated and used the wrap sleeving. Thank God for 3-1 heat shrink tubing.
I got my inspiration for this madness on the Overclockers Forum
(the initials would be OCF but think of it as OCD). Some of those guys are into building custom cases as well as custom cables and resleeving existing cables (I would have loved to have built a custom case from oak—I toyed with the idea of going steampunk with it—but I have enough projects waiting to happen already so I limited myself to cutting away a brace and adding some cable routing holes to a stock case). I'm a rank amateur compared to most of those guys.
Btw, great job Dallas, grest job! Nice and clean looking!