Hi folks, I am in the process of gathering components for my display this year, & have aquired different RGB DC strips at different voltages. I am using LOR S3, so think the LOR controller will be best for dumb strips (I have a J1Sys board for my 3 wire addressable strips). I have 3 enquiries; 1) Do any of the LOR controllers have varying outputs- ie could I use some channels for 24v, some 12, some 36 etc? 2) To run any longer lengths of either strip, I have been told I can add an extra power supply to overcome voltage drop (as long as there is a common negative), but how would I get around boosting the data line on my addressable strip or would I simply have to use another DMX universe altogether? 3) Is it possible to get higher grade (read current carrying capacity) Cat5 cable, because 45w total power on my strips is quite a large amount, especially at 5v? All & any help/advice would be much appreciated!