First order of business: SPC / stage pin / 2P&G ?! What do I call it? Everyone seems to say something different... Anyways, I was walking through lowes today, and found the klein tools. I noticed that right next to them were a bunch of 10/12AWG crimp on connectors, uh, connector things? It occurs to me that this is most likely the safest and fastest way for me to rewire stage pin connectors. I was going to pick up a pack to try out, but I can't for the life of me recall the diameter of the screw in a stage pin connector. The choices were #10 Stud, 1/4", 3/8". Are home depot brand crimp on connectors adequate for the job, or should I be recommending a different brand? What about the process of crimping on the wires? Strip 1/4" or so, stick it in the connector, and squeeze crimper? Any other technique to it? Some of our stage pins have this weird flat piece on the pins, I'm not sure what that's for. What should I be looking for in a crimper? Are there any smallish crimpers? The Klein all-in-one tool I looked at was a monster.