Well I had a little interest in the pinballs and also where / how I store my xbox and receivers etc. While not all photos are directly related to xbox, it is a good vision of my 'mancave' layout :) Perhaps gives some other guys ideas too... hope it helps.
First off the pinballs and stuff - st:tng, lord of the rings and avatar pinballs along with a bubble bobble coin op arcade are sort of the show pieces of the cave. I bought all used except for Avatar, that came from Stern - Bubble Bobble I picked up somewhat locally through Ebay for a great bargain.
At the far end of the room is the bar - I was thinking of putting a TV up here but really, with the projector screen setup it doesnt leave anyone squinting and I didn't want to have a separate cable box just for a tv above the bar.
This is my pièce de résistance of the bar... I've put on about 15lbs, however, in the last 3 months so be forwarned should you guys think it's a good idea in your setup.
This is the cabinet with all movies / games and hardware. I have to admit I did not put in any venting up top -- in hindsight a foam grill or something built up top or venting along the side to the concrete / exterior wall would have provided more cooling. I have to leave a door cracked open a bit during intense firefights or movies when all the hardware really warms up.
All devices including xbox are controlled by a logitech harmoney H900. I can't speak highly enough about this remote, it got rid of 6 of my old ones all in one with a touch screen. Even the girlfriend can work stuff now- amazing. It was not a cheap addition but I'll never look back now. It was my first 'universal' remote and I was skeptical of it working. I did actually read the full instructions before hand and it took about 30min to setup everything - very user friendly and straight forward after I spent 5min on the manual :)
My next step will be to replace my lighting in the basement with wireless receptacles so the H900 can work all lights too - very inexpensive switch over.
Bar 'kegerator' holds 30 liter kegs (pony kegs?) good for 75 or so pints, each keg is good for 2 months once tapped, I've not had one last more than 3 weeks yet. CO2 lines run behind bar. Kegerator setup kit had everything, cooler, co2 can, lines and tap - ran about $650 for a danby entry level one. No complains, costco sometimes carries them.
Far room at other side of basement is office and electrical / wiring.
Feel free to ask any other questions - basement was unfinished when I moved into the house and I had a general contractor and subs work on most of the detail. Under the carpet I have dricor subfloor - easy to setup and really holds the heat instead of carpet right on the concrete. I have a full bathroom in basement too... I was going to install a urinal but decided against it, now regret that move :)