Can't see a picture....
Here's a bit of my stuff, not all though.
from left to right :
-SSL mixing console left part (stereo channels, subgroups, mainbus)
-SSL console right part (monitorcontrol, dynamics, monochannels, auxmasters and auxreturns)
-FX and patchbay, audiointerface, Midi interface, dat deck.
the outboard, upper rack :
From top to bottom :
-Aphex Exciter (original)
-Behringer analyzer (original)
-Neve channelstrip (racked, rewired, diy PSU)
-LA2 (silent arts)
The lower rack :
-dual Frank enhanced pultec with P2P gyraf SRPP tube amps.
The console consists of many modules that I bought from different suppliers (from Swiss, UK, Germany, Uruguay, USA, Canada, Sweden, and Denmark). It took about 5 years to collect them, it also took about 5 years to figure out how to wire the stuff and get it up and running. There are still a few parts that need work, but about 98% is working, and the console can be used for mixdown.
Basically, it has
-4 simple stereo channels (aux, fader, panning, routing)
-4 normal stereo channels (as above + SL522 EQ, filters, insert, inputgain, phase, Direct outputs)
-4 stereo subgroups (aux, fader, insert, EQ)
-4 monochannels (SL501 micpre, aux, fader, panning, SL542 EQ, filters, insert, inputgain, phase, Direct outputs)
-4 monochannels (SL 505 dual linepre, aux, fader, panning, EQ, filters, insert, inputgain, phase, Direct outputs)
-6 mono aux, 2 stereo aux, 4 stereo FX returns.
There are also a few custom cassettes :
-2x Nite eq's,
-2x S800 eq's,
-1 stereo and 1 mono Neumann W492 (both need a frontpanel),
-1 dual SSL 9K micpre,
-1 dual Amek BC3 micpre (not yet completed)
-1 M/S inserter cassette with added controls (18dB/octave lowcuts, faderpots),
-GSSL modified masterchannel (added a stereo sidechain with SSC boards to the original SSL audiopath), and
-a not yet completed LA4 compressor cassette.
-modified Listen Mic Compressor.
The routinglogicstuff isn't added, I have found a way to do this differently, to avoid the necessity of buying a G computer. I still have to add battery backup as well. No need for TR, it's just my homerecording set.
The DAW controller part is a seperate section on wheels, and is height adjustable.
basically, the controller is a couple of modified behringer controllers, with some controls for the routing, transport for my revox recorder (which I probably won't use anyway), a logitech keyboard, and a kensington mouse. Also a few LCD meters that show the programme output in VU and PPM, and there's also a seperate dual PPM analog meter.