The RF LED controller works perfectly as well, and is easy to set up. It is a good compromise between simplicity and functionality, and a good value at about ten bucks for a controller or remote on Ebay (and one remote can operate multiple controllers). I've also been able to get my design for the LED rail hangers finalized, and tested one of them in place. It is surprisingly sturdy though I'm not going to try to do a pullup on them. The hangars were printed in PETG and I am really liking the eSUN Black Opaque PETG since it prints beautifully as long as you slow it down (which is required for all PETG I have tried).
I just need to print 16 of the small hangars and another 20 of the larger ones, as well as 2 controller boxes. I also have some end caps I need to test which will be printed in TPU (16 of those needed). I expect that this project will require almost exactly one spool of PETG. It's going to be a long couple weeks for the printers. I will probably need to put the Hydra + BMG install for my CR10S PRO on hold for a bit while I get this project done, but I may go ahead and post it to Thingiverse as a work in progress since it's as done as possible without testing it.
I also installed 1/4 of the LED's for this project and they look pretty good, I think. The controller is flawless and the ability to save colors is very nice. I would have liked to have the chasing effects but that would have easily doubled the cost on an already expensive project. I expect the works to be done in a couple weeks since I am still printing stuff for it.