While, I agree that I have a lot of stuff and some clutter (see my article on that subject here), it is definitely not unorganized. Actually, the room would not work the way I wanted it to if it wasn't organized.
The setup includes four displays, two receivers, HDMI splitters, HDMI selectors, a preamp, a headphone amp, several digital audio and video cables, several analog cables, an outboard DAC, several video playing devices, and more. It actually shares several components with my living room setup that shares a common wall.
Setting all of this up was complicated, and as a result, required a lot of organization to get everything in sync between several systems that share audio and video for different purposes.
From my experience, the more complicated a system is, the more organizational thought it requires if you want it to function correctly. A laptop, on the other hand, requires no organization at all. It is one unit that even the Caveman from the Geico commercials could figure out.
That doesn't mean that anything more complicated than a laptop is disorganized. It means we sometimes have needs beyond rubbing two rocks together, and an organized, complicated system is often the answer. My apologies to the apes that are confused by that concept.