Mine is in the stand of an Oceanic BioCube 29. I'm in control systems engineering. We usually build an enclosure with a false back and make several rows of finger channel for wire management. When I build my 120 gallon into my wall I'll do that in the sump room but for now I did something similar in my BC29 stand. What you can't really see here is that there are 4 wire paths on the back of the tank leading to the different chambers. I've put in extra attention to making sure AC and DC (including probe signal wires) never run parallel but instead cross each other at 90*. I think this is often overlooked and could cause issues in signaling at a minimum.