So hear me out boys. I'm digging around in the shop and find this nice wire, PTFE insulation I think and pretty thick. Like 10-12 gauge, and stranded. Methinks to myself, hmm, this might make a nice heavy duty speaker cable. So I chuck it up in a drill and make a twisted pair, go through the motions of sizing up some sleeving and a plug housing. Looking pretty snazzy. Thing is, it is stiff. Very stiff. But you can kind of bend it to hold a shape which isn't bad. So I'm wondering, even after I crimp, solder, and heatshrink, it could possibly still use a little more strain relief. So I thought, well..could literally just take a couple dabs of epoxy like JB weld or similar and run that over the connection to secure it to the terminal. Make it so you'd literally have to break the plug before you break the connections, which would definitely not be easy. What say ye people of Marshall Forum of this idea?