Lars wrote 1 hour earlier » There simply is no real alternative if you want to be 360° acrylic and integrated with your stand at the same time but I'd like to hear your opinion now that you have it set up like that. The LEDs give a very strong, direct, focused light, without flooding and as such they bring each piece alive in the room. In that respect they achieve the desired effect. That said I think the low angle is going to work better with some pieces rather than others Lars. It's very dynamic for Darth Vader and the Alien, but the 45 degree angle and intensity may create a a lot of harsh contrast - especially with some of the human pieces. I'll have to try and tweak the position of the lighting on a piece-by-piece basis as best I can to get the optimum results. As you said, if 360 degree acrylic is your thing there simply is no other way of getting lights inside the case. In an ideal world it would be great to have lots of bespoke lights illuminating each piece in the most flattering way/combination. What I've opted for is a one-size-fits-all upgrade that delivers what I want within a relatively modest budget and timescale. bioman wrote 1 hour earlier » You will change the base for all cinemaquette and add light? Yes, for each one.