Apart from designing my rigs, I also use wyg to make the paperwork for my fellow technicians. However, I need tools for phase distributions in my Power Distribution Units, and I imagine you could "Create Dimmer/PDU" and map the internal phase distribution (as some use 112233 and some use 123123, and others again combine two 6-circuits like 111122/223333). After the mapping, the circuits could be assigned the different created Dimmers/PDUs. I see myself exporting the datasheet to my custom excel power calc sheet every time, I have a big job coming up. Then in order to make the phases even out and figuring out how many 63A/125A/400A-supplies I need from the venue, I have to go back in my WYG and change the circuit numbers. This is tedious work and seem like a waste of time, when some of the excel power is already a part WYG. I would be happy to share my excel sheets and thoughts with CAST if you need inspiration Also, it's not all amperages on the fixtures in the library, that are correct - I would love it to be possible to edit. Also Also, did you think about making Circuit breakout symbols, with Circuit name (and maybe even a way to "automatically" calculate (/or manually write) multicable length from Dimmer world)? Same thing actually goes for a weight perspective - both that the calculation tools are lacking, and that a lot in the truss library weighs 0 kg. In a dream world, cable lengths and voltage drops could be calculated, but one thing at a time Thanks in advance!