My question is this. In working with the SB system of Futaba I have always used the Powerbox SRS systems in the following way. I make a single connection from each receiver (if I am using two) to RX1 and RX2 inputs on the powerbox inputs. Then I make single wire connections from each servo back into the inputs of the Powerbox. So am I not wasting the design of the a SB system, where I would run out one line from the receiver and using a series of hubs making my connections that way. If I am doing it that way I am not getting the benefits of the signal amplification and servo isolation ( on the case of a servo failure) . What is the point of me using an SB receiver in this way with the Powerbox, where I am not eliminating any wiring and using the same old NON SB wiring systems. I have run the Power Bus system on the Royal and the Competition and this really does eliminate multiple runs of wiring. Am I using the Mercury wring system wrong by using multiple wires to each input and servo. I don't think I can run one line out of the Powerbox and use Sbus wiring methods off of that, right. Other than SRS system is there a point to using an SB receiver in this case.