Well guys, after thinking about my storage situation, and doing other things this weekend, like getting rid of 10"+ of snow that dumped on SE Michigan this past Friday, here's my "best idea" for media storage.
I appreciate your feedback.
Idea 1: Make the existing bottom (2) 1" thick shelf sliding via side mount full ext slides, make and attach a "box" with 4 walls/dividers to shelf to organize media.
Cons: Not adjustable, heavy (1" board) but sturdy, need to remove the adj shelf stand already attached to inside walls so full ext slides can attach directly to wall
Pros: Looks integrated, sturdy feel
Idea 2: Make a sliding box that attaches to the 1" shelf, box slides via undermount slides.
Cons: Need to make a box, some space is eaten up by stack up of slides, need to "fix" shelf so it won't "pull out" with box if pulled hard
Pros: Shelf and box full adjustable up/down for future flexibility
Idea 3: Make 2 tall/skinny units that have storage on each side, that slide in/out like JJ and drvic71 did.
Pros: looks integrated
Cons: Too close to wall/corner, hard to access/see items on the backside.
Direction: Go with idea 2, I like the quick adjustability. crude sketch below.
I'll make 2 of these for Blu-ray/DVD storage, the bottom shelf I'll make some for the record storage. I have to show my kids that records do exist and the do play/work/etc.
Final thoughts/comments before I tackle this xmas DIY project?