This ZPM was made by a member of Scifihero.net named lord_trael Thanks buddy :)This ZPM is very very detailed, accurate, I just can't say enough about it, I am VERY satified with it. The ZPM does not come with lights, but that's ok, I've got gobs of LED's etc lying about the house. I am using a small 4.5 volt powered board that powers 8 small boards with 4 10mm white LED's on them, I picked up the Krylon yellow spray paint for stained glass that was used to paint the ZPM to coat the LED's a little bit as the pur white was so harsh that it was pouring white around the outside of the ZPM. This is my suggestion to any and all that are going to light this themselves, now my ZPM glows without white light coming out all over. I am going to use a small plastic bubble toy holder, like you'd get out of a cheap quarter vending machine that dispenses cheap kids toys or candy, paint it chrome it all over, then seal it under the red dot on the cap with a red LED on the inside, thereby the red dot can glow and not turn the yellow of the ZPM red. Check out the glow so far, this is with the LED's just dumped into them, not arranged properly. Also when installing the lights, don't let any wires or stuff get near the edge, try to keep the wires and light bars etc in the middle of the hole in the ZPM, as they are visible if they are too close to the side. Fun fun fun fun fun.