I plan on adding some arches to my display this year, and am wondering the best way to do it. I've seen lots of arches that only leap, and none like what I was doing so I was wondering it people have tried what I was thinking of doing and thought it wasn't good and instead went to a higher sectioned arch. Anyway my 2 options I was contemplating: 1. 2 ch sections x 5 = 10 channels per arch. Could do leaping in 5 sections by controlling 2 channels each section, or could light up completely and then flash by alternating every second channel. To try and explain better it would look like this: 1|2 3|4 5|6 7|8 9|10 So to leap it would use Ch 1|2 then 3|4 then 5|6 etc. To flash it would use channels 1|3|5|7|9 and then 2|4|6|8|10 for the next interval. 2. Just do a 9 channel arch instead for more fluid leaping. Would use a few less channels than option 1, would provide more fluid leaping but wouldn't be able to flash at all. So in short, has anyone tried option 1 and liked/hated it and why did you like/hate it? The LEDs I have have every 2nd LED linked together for it's section (Before I hack them up) so I can either merge the 2 negs to get 1 channel, or keep them separate for flashies.