Hello. I have posted this on the LOR Forums, and they have no clue about transformers, 240v and low voltage lights as all theirs are mains voltage. Some nice guy pointed me here, as you will be experiencing the same problems as me with transformers, controllers and AC/DC. I'm in the UK. I have a animated show, with LOR. I choose pixels and RGB as it is cheaper to get pixels than lights in the UK. I have about 1500 channels of RGB/pixels, but I also want to animate my existing lights. I have a lot of different lights, some quite old, and some really new. My really old stuff was easy, as it would connect to an LOR controller, but the rest is a bit harder. The majority of it runs on 24v. The majority of the, have the normal chaser flasher box. Should I remove this box, join all the negatives of the series together, and run it on a higher voltage, and if I should do this what controller should I use, or should I electrically bypass the controller (Solder on the line of solder) and run the lights on 24vAC from my CTB16PC, and use the existing rectifier to change the currant to DC? I tried one set of lights. The lights have one long wire, no controller, no rectifier, and connect straight up to an AC transformer. I tried them on DC and they came on but really dim. From what I have read, these are "Half wave LEDs" that run on half the wave of the AC currant. To dim them, I have found I can connect them to the CTB16PC if I connect a 24v AC transformer to the mains plug. I have lots of new "connectable lights". These all connect together, with extension leads and "Y" connectors and "O" connectors and all kinds of things. I want to be able to control them individually, but I don't know which of the two methods mentioned above I should use, but I think it has to be the former, because they all share one controller. Thanks very much. I think you will understand my question a lot more and will be able to help much more than the people on the LOR forum.