I work for dedicated server host that uses dell poweredge servers, and with some models we get these extra bits we don't use. One thing that we end up having a bunch of are the cable management arms that only really work correctly if you have a dell rack. They seem like they could be used for something really cool, either as part of a mod or just some random creation. I don't have a working camera at the moment but I dug up a handful of images so that you can see what I'm talking about. Here is the 1U type: and from another angle: And the 2U type: This is an image I found that I guess was used in the patent application for the 2U type. Might be more useful to this crowd as far as seeing the structure of the thing. I also have one of the 4U type, which I wish I had a picture of because it's massive and probably has the most modding potential. The only thing I've done with these so far is used a couple of the 1U's as cable guides for the KVM I had on my workbench. They were just getting in the way so I stopped using them for that. Oh, and I also cut one up and used it to fix a broken office chair. So, any thoughts about what I could make from these suckers?