I managed to get my old school's theatre to donate their unused borderlights to my high school's theatre. They're old Strand/Century R40 strips, 4 circuit, 6 feet long, 12 lamps. We got 12 of them, plus an equivalent Altman strip for a total of 13. Anyways, here's the problem. Their theatre has twistlock connector strips, and we have parallel blade (Edison). There's something like 104 connectors total on these things (with the outputs for daisy-chaining), and I'm certainly not going to change all of these things, nor will the school want to pay for 104 plugs at $4 a piece. Since we'll only be plugging one in to each strip, and then daisy-chaining the other three off the first one, would you just replace the plugs on that one end unit with Edison plugs, or would you just leave them all as is and use adapters? There are advantages and disadvantages to each approach. Adapters are more expensive, but not too much more expensive. They offer greater flexibility in the long run, since they can be used on any fixture. Hard wired plugs are cheaper, but the flexibility is limited because that one must be plugged into the strip. Any thoughts before I start hanging these things?