Once the shelves were finished stage two of the media room still needed to be completed. I had the house wired for speakers in several locations, for surround sound in the family room, for ethernet throughout, and, because of the component location, video in the family room wall. That's great except when faced with the rat's nest of cabling coming out of the wall. It took several hours to sort everything out. This picture was taken by stepping through the doorway and turning left. You can see the cables to the right of the A/V stand. The white bundle is all of the speaker wire, the black bundle is composite and component video, ethernet, and several extra cables for expansion. The pyramid-shaped device on top of the wooden crate is the emitter from Radio Shack's remote control repeater; it's a temporary solution until I install a hard-wired version.
The project within a project