I have been wanting to do this on a game for a long time and when Ghostbusters came along I knew it would be the perfect game to try it on, total cost was only about $100 and took about 2 hours to put on so I gave it a try. The 2-6ft non waterproof RGB strips had to be cut to length but slid right into the hollow T-molding with no problem. The strips use a 44 button remote so there are plenty of choices for color and effects and both strips are controlled by the same remote so they are in sync and is powered seperately from the game because of the amp draw. The hot spotting of the leds doesn't bother me and I think it looks really good especially when they are fading between the colors but solids are nice too. As you can see in the blue and green pictures those 3 leds sections are out, probably from heating the T molding to much to make the bend so I'll have to get a new strip, not a big deal. Let the voting begin.