As I said before, the LUT is now growing functionally, which makes the overview somehow easier. Now the nervous system is finished - the cable ducts that artfully and confusingly climb up.
Cable Trays of the LUT
The same from below. For better orientation, the floor grids of the individual levels are faded in. The individual cable shafts are numbered from 1 to 22, while the corresponding openings in the floor grids of the levels are numbered from A to W. The meaning of this cumbersome convention only reveals itself in higher levels, where the cable shafts occasionally change lanes to make room for different equipment.
I'm already working with the latest beta-version of Rhino 5.0, by the way. Carlos from European Support estimates that the sales version will be released this year (October or November). Rhino 5 supports 64 bit and multi core, and is therefore faster on such systems. There have also been other improvements like sub levels can now have the same name.