Heya... My VERY first pixel setup was from a pre-built Pixlite16. Last year the Advatek lights saw their last blink, after being abused for 3 years. The 5V PSU in the box also died. The board itself, however, still seems fine... so I was going to re-purpose. The issue is the pigtails attached are a different size to everything I've now got in my display, and I love being consistent for flexibility. It appears that the connectors on the outputs though are different... and non-friendly. They attach to the board via 4 square prongs, and the tinned wires are effectively punched into a clip at the top. From what I can find I think they may be MTA-100 or similar. Almost impossible to remove the wires, and even harder to re-use. I don't really want to solder 64 times direct to the pins themselves. Anyone aware of a solution? Either different terminal types that would attach to the square prongs, or at a pinch where to get the same terminals and a punch? Seems a waste to throw the board away.