I have been looking for a way to manage my cable runs a little more efficiently. My theater uses truss on chain motors for our electrics. No raceway or anything. The location of the electrics change every show, so we can't just drop cable and leave it. We drop our cable onto the truss and run it off stage to the rack. We normally hang a few pulleys to pick up the slack when the truss goes up. This normally works fine, but when we need to fly in an electric in to work on it, we have to fly in a few cable picks. I'm trying to see if there is any solution that lets me fly the truss in and out while picking up the slack on the electric. I have seen from Sapsis what they call "chain runners". This is sort of what I'm thinking of, but I have a few issues. 1) When the electric is at it's highest trim there is only about 10" of clearance between Hook and Motor. 2) My cable obviously can't hang in the way of lighting fixtures. Which means a distance of about 2'6" from chain runner to the bottom of the cable loop. 3) If I have 4 multi runs on an electric, and I have 5 loops to pull the swag up, I now have a bundle of 25 multi's hanging off the electric. If I think about it more I could probably come up with a couple other concerns, but I think this will get the conversation started. Trying to see if there are any other suggestions or options that I can look take a look at. Thanks for any suggestions. Aaron S.