I've run into a very strange problem with the wiring of my coffee table layout control panel that maybe someone in the group can help me troubleshoot. I decided to use 25 pin connectors in the control panel and at the layout facia so that I will be able to hookup/unhook everything quickly and store it away in a drawer of the table itself when the layout's not in use. Over the weekend I was able to get all of the connections soldered for the power feeds to the layout. There are four sets of feeders --- one for the main, one for the reversing loops (there are 3 reverse loops) and two for the yards (I wanted to be able to have additional locos waiting in the yards while one was running on the main line). OK, here's my problem and what I've trouble shooted so far. When I check the four feeders with a multimeter at the panel connector everything seems great --- same voltage across each set (which tells me I've wired the 4 DPDT switches on the panel properly). However, when I check the voltages at the 25 pin connector on the layout side, I'm only showing power to the main, not to the other three. I've tried different conecting cords on the basis that that could be the problem, but in every case I am only getting power across to the main. Any suggestions as to what I should be checking next?