Okay guys, so most of us have one of two problems with any power supply: 1. The cables are too short and require extensions via Y-splitters or are just too short to be routed cleanly. 2. The cables are too damn long and there's just not enough free drive bays to pack them all into So here's my solution. The PSU manufacturers mount the ATX motherboard cable etc as usual, but the standard power molex's are different. There would be a bank of sockets (maybe 8 or so?) on the back of the PSU with no cables coming out. Then included with it you get an assortment of power cables of varying lengths along with some various Y-splitters and floppy-drive adaptors. Personally I can't really see a floor with this since the cost surely couldn't be that high since the sockets on the PSU could just be standard molex extension cable style ones. If anyone here works for a PSU company or anything then suggest it to them What does everyone think?