Clairvoyant129 - the part you showed us is 9/10. It's about as good as you're going to get without resleeving your psu cables in general and unisleeving in particular. Give the sleeving nuts a point to play with. We didn't see the rest of the case, though.
First, before the top and bottom case fans, to show that the cables that will be visible later are at the back of the case:
The rig in natural light. Those cables at the lower right were what the temporary HD cage was hiding. The HD cage for this case is put in cross-wise, and mightily impedes airflow, no matter what you do. Gone, kemosabe.
All lit up. You can see all the cables now. I'm still looking for a "left angle" SATA data cable for my HD that does not have a latch. Latches interfere with SATA cables that are on the bottom of a SATA stack. You can see the SATA power cable running from the HD at the top to the ODD in the middle to the SSD in the 3.5 bay at the bottom of the drive cages. The power for the side panel fan is between the bottom fan and the psu - disconnected for the moment.
Closeup of the MB and its connections:
Backside final. When this pic was taken I had four fans ganged to the cpu fan header. They all report their rpm's to four fan headers on the mb, so there's lots of cables back here. Also, I had to tie off unused cables from the semi-modular psu. Thank goodness for cable ties.
Finally, a very prosaic location. But it accounts for the choice of case.
Note: no side window so pretty things would be wasted.Edited by ehume - 7/11/10 at 2:06pm