I'm looking at neater or perhaps quicker power setups. On stage - we need power SR for our amp/stagebox/radio rack, then, as you go across the back line - two/three sockets for bass, then a couple for the guitarist. He then sends power to the front for his gizmos and a hotspot monitor on his mic stand. The drummer doesn't need power, but keys on the other side do. This then feeds an amp and a run to the front for his keys and hotspot. Sometimes instead, he takes a feed from the guitarist. As we use our rig for other jobs too, and we're in the UK, we have a few 6m runs of 16A male to female cable, and a few floor boards with 3 two way metalclad 13A outlets (UK standard). These floor boards have a male and female 16A each end, so they are essential a daisy chain from stage left to right. This is reliable and tough, but also a fair size/weight pile of rubber cable and floor boards. The option is a load of 4 way domestic things - which rarely lay flat, and seem to wear out. Are there any other methods you guys use? We just need minimum quantity, reliable gear that's flexible when we have bigger or small stages to perform on.