Originally Posted by 15130
Well, I think even if I was rich mine would still be complete anarchy. Just with more **** everywhere.
I don't get the point of having such setups thought. I can understand people who don't like messy destops, but looking for perfect rooms with everything symmetric and neatly aligned is completely useless in my eyes.
I've found that since my own desk is now pretty much the centerpiece in my living room, the symmetry in combination with keeping it clean helps tremendously with the general vibe within said living room. Also, keeping clutter to a minimum in a small space (I live in a 667.4 sq ft one bedroom apartment) is always a battle, and if you let it slide it easily overwhelms things in short order.
If I were rich, probably the only thing different with my current desk would be my racks would be completely full and it would be a desk from Argosy, but I'd still keep it relatively clutter free.
Some people spend hours making cable routings in their cases look absolutely spectacular. Even in the back panels, where nobody will see it. I route mine so that it doesn't impede airflow, and then call it good enough if the back panel will close. On the flip side though, I've rearranged the gear on my desk five times since I got it, and re-routed cables three times (and will probably go again in the near future since I'm not happy with how things are at present.) Guess some of us are just aesthetics nuts I suppose.
Originally Posted by snoball
I like it. In the process of replacing all the peripherals. Monitor and KB are next to go.
Big volume knob, I'm envious! I swear, that's the only flaw with my Scarlett 18i20 >.> Any plans for MoPads (or any kind of isolation) for the monitors/speakers?
Originally Posted by HPE1000
Because people take pride in what they have and enjoy having a clean room?
I could ask the opposite, I have no clue how someone can sit in a trashed room when they could just as easily clean it up and organize it.
IDK that is just me
Definitely have to agree with HPE - pride is a large factor, at least for myself and my setup. Wouldn't doubt it if others were the same way