I used to use the Neutrik’s, mainly because of the ease of install. But I really didn’t like the look of them so I decided to not be lazy and solder my USB and RJ45 ports onto a PCB breadboard and properly cut out the holes needed.
Here’s an example of the RJ45 port I installed on my Qanba Q3. Slots were rough cut with a dremel, then cleaned up with a file:
Luckily the Q3’s come with a USB jack installed with one of the connectors shown in the first post, but if it didn’t I would totally do the same as my RJ45 port:
It’s a lot more work, but it feeds my OCD.