Here's my new panel, shortly after I fired it up for the first time this week. Still a few things to tie up and finish, but you get the idea.
The panel was painted with PPG basecoat, then I had a local company screen-print the lettering, then we clear-coated the whole thing. It seems tough as nails, and I like the look.
The angled switch panel is a custom thing I created, inspired by the great Lyle Hefel and some other guys out there who created ones like them. It's structurally tied to the panel, the vertical channel cap, and also the stiffener that would have attached the stock Vans switch panel on the sidewall. It's removeable for servicing.
The annunciator panel is 100% scratch-built using 12V LED units like the ones Stein Air sells. The labels for them were created using Avery clear label stickers that go inside the lenses.
The circuit breaker panel is identical to a stock mid-cabin cover, but I made it out of thicker 0.040" sheet, since it was going to support C/Bs, a USB port, and a main battery charging port. (There is one downside to this location for C/Bs -- there are a LOT of wires going through the gear towers!)
The 2-1/4" gauge next to the G-meter is a Volt/Ammeter screen that can display data from both alternators. To the right of that is an elapsed time clock that will point at the tank I should be feeding from every 30 minutes. It's the KISS philosophy.
The military/airline Landing Light switch cap took me forever to source. It's a custom-milled item from a company in Spain that makes flight sim gear! Oh, the things we do for our passions...