ok, i know it does work, but how? if you have power to one spot on say 100' track. that power is got to run 100 feet, and there will be less power at the farthest point away from the wire, so my question is ..... how is running that same power threw a 100' (or more) of wire any different then running it threw a 100' of track? i think of it like this.... i have an electric staple gun, when i plug the 5 foot cord into the wall it will counter sink a 1/2 staple into the siding on the house, almost go to far. but when i plug the staple gun into 200 feet of extension cord it dont have enough power to drive a staple 1/2 way in, and i got to drive it in the rest of the way with an hammer. if you have bad track connections having power every so many feet will help, as you got power wires on both sides of the bad connection . but whats the difference between a 100' of wire, and a 100' of track with perfect track connections?