I'm pretty familiar now with running pixels in a cold, wet place (Seattle). However, the end of the year I plan to have a pixel display in South Africa. I'm just going to put a bunch of stuff in a crate around May and ship it there. What do I need to know about running in a hot environment? Specifically - does any of the following not hold up well? * E682 with a 5V/60A Power Supply inside a CG-1500 - On the lawn - Against the house (brick) - Under the eaves * Ray's 5V WS2811 pixels inside: - Boscoyo strips - Connected to PVC pipes (icicles) - Draped over stone/tiles - Cable tied to welded wire frame * Ray's 5V WS2812 60/60 strips in HDPE/PEX pipe * Ray's 12V 10W DMX RGB flood lights * Boscoyo strips * HDPE Arches * Coro fixtures such as stars etc. * 3D printed parts out of ABS or PLA Any reason to prefer white vs. black wire, or white vs. black Boscoyo strips?