Hi there. Hopefully I'm posting in the most appropriate forum for advise on installing a small 19" data rack. I floodwired my house with CAT5 years ago and terminated the connections in a 19" 6U wall mounted rack. I'm now looking to redo the wiring and terminating it in a better quality rack hidden away. I have a small void that I've recently accessed through a wall which I want to house the rack. The rack is only used for data equipment i.e. I'm not planning on housing av equipment in it. I'm torn between just creating a neat cupboard out of the void and mounting a standard 6u (maybe 9u) rack inside as that's the biggest I can get in. Or effectively creating the cupboard around the rack so when you open the cupboard door that's all you see with no space around it. I've looked at Home Cinema Installation Specialists | Wired Life but really just want to use a more standard type of rack. Has anyone got any good sources (pictures) of examples of similar types of installs to give me idea's on which way to go. Only want to spend £150 tops on the actual rack. I'm more interested in the neatest way to install a standard rack such as Wall Data Cabinets 6U - Screwfix.com, Where the Trade Buys or possibly a rack which is more designed to be installed flush into a wall (which I'd house inside the cupboard). Thanks.