My first question is about whether or not its fine with 24 servos to twist all the red wires together and all the black wires together so you end up with 26 wires - 24 data + 2 power. I will use a 7.5V46A power supply to provide power to the servos. The data lines will hook into my EZBV4 Microprocessor. It seems like the obvious answer is 'of course you can - each servo will suck current as required up to a total of 46 Amps'. But I noticed some major jitter on OTHER servos when I tried this in a very messy way with bad wiring. If my wiring is good, will there be no problem? I mean, power won't divert the wrong way if the 24-way splitter is made well, right? I imagine that without a pulse signal from the data line, there is a steady low current flowing through an idle servo. And then I guess the pulse from the microcontroller simply tells the servo how many electrons it needs at any given moment... But does the current move in a different direction when the pulse tells the servo to turn in the other direction? With 24 servos rotating in thousands of directions each hour, this last question would mean that the servos can't all simply plug into a transformer/battery using a single input. I hope this is not the case, but if I need some kind of power management system (rather than a fat wired splitter to handle all those electrons), I need to know. Anyone using lots of servos at the same time (more than 20A)? Thanks.