I take issue with a couple of the suggestions, on practical grounds. It is usually cheaper (even just for materials, not including your time) to use pre-fab patch cables. I'm actually pretty darn great at terminating cables, and when my time is my own, I'll do so. If I'm getting paid for my time, it costs my employer a lot less to pay $1.29 for a 7' cable than to pay for the materials and then pay me to make one.
I don't know (and don't care, thanks) if techrepublic has rules against mentioning specific companies, but I buy all of my patch cables from monoprice.com, because they're cheap, they're decent, and I can buy cat5e straight patch cables in any of the following lengths: 0.5 ft, 1 ft, 2 ft, 3 ft, 5 ft, 7ft, 10 ft, 14 ft, 20 ft, 25 ft, 30 ft, 50 ft, 75 ft, or 100 ft. Not enough choices? Do you really need a 22', 3" cable, or can you suffer with a 25'?
From the same place, I get rolls of double-sided velcro that can be cut to any length, or pre-made velcro ties. Also cheap, compared to what you pay elsewhere.
You CAN have a very neat installation without going broke, if you know what you're doing, know where to shop, and know how to spec out what you'll need. Oh, and if you're willing to spend (horrors) an extra few bucks to have a few things on hand that you'll eventually need anyway, like a couple spare cables.
As far as the comments on color coding go, color coding is nice, and makes things a bit clearer, but it's not a replacement for labeling. Color coding your trunks can help if you're up in the ceiling, trying to find things, but mostly it's helpful at the patch panel.
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