I always did love a challenge.
The original box came with lighted circuit indicators above each of the outlets to show what was on and what wasn't. Only one of these worked after the "accident," and I needed something to replace them with. I decided to use the innards of these standard outlet testers to add increased circuit testing functionality. Why, you might ask? Simple - I worked with a lot of idiots. If one of the circuits decided to quit, who knows what one of those yahoos would do to try and get it working. This advanced functionality might have been overkill, but it was well within budget and increased the overall "cool factor" of this distro box.
Rather than bore you with every detail of this build, I have provided the pictures from start to finish. Enjoy the transition from carnage to coolness!