Yes, so I have the plastic hanging strip that I'll use to mount it to the wall. Right now it's just laid out but not glued because I wanted to be sure I had all the right pieces and cuts. At the end of this line is a 25g tub that will be drained into the utility sink with a pump. I've marked the appropriate rise along the wall (5.5 inches from the beginning of the line to the end) so I'll use those marks to adjust the mounting strips. I have a feeling that's going to be a bigger PITA than I'm planning.
After I get the drain mounted I'll be able to move the shelving into place and play around with the height of shelves so that I can get maximum tankage but also have it be functional. I chose a low-profile drainage basin so that my drain line hangs low enough to allow tanks closer to the floor while still having elevated overflows.
Speaking of overflows, the next step after the drain is likely to start drilling tanks (yikes) and assembling my overflows. I'll add a post here with pics of the pieces I'm using when I get to that point.