I just finished rewiring my layout with a main bus and the feeders are soldered int the bus for the best connection. The bus is 14 gauge awg, the feeders are the stock kato wiring that are on the unijoiners. I'm having troubles in the turnout areas. I have an atlas SD35 with an MRC decoder and a broadway limited SD40-2. The BLI tends to stall a lot on the turnouts in the yard areas but runs just fine out on the main lines. The atlas rarely stalls but it will on occasion, again on the the turnout areas. I've cleaned the track over and over with alcohol and a shop towel, I've even used scotchbright on the worst areas. The turnout areas are the troublesome spots. Doing all of that made it much better but it's still not running like it should. In the pic, all of the red lines are my feeder locations. Now, would it be best to add more feeders between each turnout, 7-11 and 12-15? I'm thinking I may go that route. I have to get my layout running flawlessly before I move on with the scenery. This has started to become frustrating. I'm starting to loose faith in Kato track, I went with it because it was easy and people love it.