OK guys, I really need some assistance on this one! I am building a 2' x 4' N scale coffee table layout and I've gotten to the point where I need to wire the small control panel to the layout. However, I want to be able to quickly disconnect the panel from the layout and store it out of the way when not in use --- the coffee table is actually a curio table with two drawers, but I will make the top drawer into a 'dummy' drawer with a hinged front that can pull down to temporarly support the panel and power pack. What could you specifically suggest to use as electrical connectors? Ideally, there would be a cable(s) running from the panel to the layout that would connect much like a printer cable to a computer. Is that the way to go, or are there other alternatives I should consider? FYI --- the panel has 12 turnout switches, main and reversing switches and two auxiliary switches for the lighting on the two halves of the layout --- in other words, a fair amount of wiring for a small layout! All guidance/assistance/suggestions gladly accepted!