So my daughter was off to work and stopped by my office. She saw that I was experimenting with different cable routing paths, so she took a few minutes to draw a block diagram. For this phase of the project, there are 4 large sections of laser cut acrylic that would hold each of the modules. I was struggling to see how I could mount all the modules and get them connected. I really see the challenge of the early computer developers on how to route and connect all these modules together. Before Integrated Circuits (ICs), this was often referred to as the "Tyranny of Numbers". How do you exactly plan for the massive number of wiring connections between modules and make sure that the minimum number of necessary connections are made. It takes a completely different way of thinking to do this. The really scary part of this log post is that there was very little I had to explain to my daughter. She "just drew" this with little guidance, and I am thinking "wow! did I really inadvertently ruin my children with my nerdy projects?" Maybe... but at least she can laugh knowing that she is fully aware of how to use a soldering iron and can point out the obvious to other people.... ouch! Smells like chicken!