I'm under a bit of a hammer today, so: SPACE MAPS.
Now, I don't have a good way to display the full scope of the 100-light year radius of space that I've defined. If I make it small enough to fit on a screen, it's to dense to read properly. I've made some attempts at combining screenshots, which I've found... unsatisfying. Partly because it's showing 3-D space on a 2-D screen. The actual ChView program lets you turn the view on all three axes, so while one can't create a static image that gives a proper sense of the stellar geography, you can move around and get a sense of distance and connections.
But this is still a work in progress.
This ended up being more than I intended to write-- it was just supposed to be, "Here, look at some maps." But, frankly, once I started checking them out myself, I kind of geek out on my own work. Silly, no? But that's how it works.