I needed to get output from a single TP3244 to four seperate pixel strips with 42 pixels each. I found some perfect containers at wal-mart called Rubbermaid "Take Alongs" (UPC 0-71691-39453-2) - they allow enough space for the TP3244 and the wires and since they are clear, you can see the status lights (I just hot glued the corners into the container). They also have water tight screw-on lids. I also discovered the hotglue I used to seal up the cord entries also sticks pretty well to the PP plastic they are made from. Then I just used CAT5 out from the TP3244 to the different strips which have CAT5 female plugs with the pig tails punched down onto them. The whole thing is plug-in-play in-case something goes bad and needs to be pulled out and replaced. No problems with the 10ft from the TP3244 to the first 6803 pixels. The waterproof 12v power supply is zip-tied and hot glued to the back of the coro element. Not shown is how I hot-glued up the female plug on the pixel strip to weather proof it. Hope this helps someone.