Let me first state, that this thread is nothing but pure unadulterated rack porn.
I just ordered a pair of Middle Atlantic RRF 12u rack rails (although now I think I should have gotten the 14u rails instead). I am going to be modifying an entertainment center, one of those huge 4 piece ones that takes up and finishes a huge chunk of wall. In my case it is 110 inches wide. well the two towers have at their bases 18 7/8 inch wide doors with plenty of room behind them, so I am going to do two 12 (probably 14..that whole measure twice thing) small racks, built in to the furniture. It is going to require some modifications to fit exact, so I am going to mount two pieces of wood inside the cabinet just slightly wider than the door opening, and mount the rails to that. And for anyone wondering how that would work for a piece of hardware with a face say 1/8" to wide, you simply angle the unit a smidge to clear one side first (works in my mind anyway). That said, the 2 things I have now that are rack mountable are 18 7/8" wide and will fit with pretty much zero gap - in fact I might need to keep a mallet on hand. (oh it will fit)
The tv is a 50" Sony A2020 SXRD 1080p
HD Cable box
PS3 - 60gb
XBox 360 Elite
Yamaha HTR-5960 (short list to upgrade)
Monster Power PRO 3500 (got it for cheap)
PS3 - 60GB
XBox 360 (black face plate)
Monster Power HTS 3500 MK2 (got this for cheap too)
Linksys CM100 Cable Modem
Apple Airport Extreme 802.11n wireless router
HP Procurve 1800 8G 8 port gigabit switch
Apple Airport Express 802.11n bridge for the kitchen -
extends wireless range, and adds a wireless kitchen audio zone for use with
I-Tunes air tunes. Works awesome in my tests.
Current speakers in the main room are Yamaha NS Series, triple 5 fronts, with triple 3 center and triple 4 surrounds. The speakers and receiver are all planned to be upgraded after I get back from Flight Engineering school. My brothers bedroom set up has a 40 inch Samsung 6 series touch of color and JBL Studio-L's and will be run from the left rack, the wires will be run through the wall.
We move in sometime in April around the 20th so pictures will be added.