This Skywriter is used in dual headed mode rather than cyclops.  
I get two VGXT graphics pipes. One per CRT. Hooray! 
Here's an exterior front view of a SkyWriter/VGXT  
in my basement. This one is in particularly good condition.
Opening the front covers reveals the cardcage front  
panel, POWER METER, and BUS0 SCSI drive box. 
The behind the front panel are the characteristic cables  
and logic cards. SkyWriter has a quite a few of both even in base configurations.
Here the side panel opens, and the video cables are  
laid in the side cable trough.
Here's a picture of the side trough... not much action here.
Back view. 
Back view, door open. Power distribution box on the bottom there. Rackmount cardcage, drive drawer, and power supplies, in the top half of the cabinet. Bottom empty, in this model. Note the diamond shaped cutout, this is  
how cables are routed from the front panel to the rest of the interior of the cabinet. 
The front panel, with video cables installed. Note here that this machine in not configured for Cyclops Mode, instead it's used in Dual Head mode. 
Close up of the cardcage. Quite a few cables here, although there's room for plenty more! Braided metal cables on the left and right of the panel prevent it from dropping too far down.  
 
 
Here's a nice close up of the logic cards, and this is a list of what they are: 
 
1 VME32
2 VME32
3 VME32
4 VME32
5 DG1 Display Generator
6 RM3 Raster Manager
7 RM3 Raster Manager
8 EMPTY (Video Option)
9 GE6 Geometry Engine
10 GM3 Graphics Manager
11 IO3B Crimson Power Channel
12 IP15 Dual 40mhz R3K Processor
13 IP15 Dual 40mhz R3K Processor
14 MC2 Memory (256Meg Max)
15 GM3 Graphics Manager
16 GE6 Geometry Engine
17 EMPTY (Video Option)
18 RM3 Raster Manager
19 RM3 Raster Manager
20 DG/VX1 Display Generator/Video Multiplexor 
 
Front of Driver Drawer, and the ever popular POWER METER.