I'm envious of the electrical and handy folk here. I love the lights and the sequencing, the electronics are only a means to an ends. I confess most of my 8 or so boxes are REALLY basic. PSU's connected with wires (just stripped to terminate, no connectors) to a controller then pigtails out. Very crude, but they work. This setup was a bit more complicated. Basically: 4 PSU's. Daisy chained 240V Daisy chained -ve to ensure common 0v 2 PSU's going direct to a Pix16 board (one each side, using double 2.5mm2) Other 2 PSU's going to fuse block/negative busbar. 4 pigtails each side direct to board. Other 4 pigtails each side with data to the board, -ve/+ve to fuse block. Ends up being a lot of cables. I tried to be better, I at least used fork connectors, I tried to lay things out in a sane fashion. In the end though it still ends up looking like a rats nest of wires. I mean it probably doesn't really matter in the scheme of things. I'm quite confident it will work, but I'm keen to understand the art of the neat, clean, safe controller box. What can I do different/better in future?