Hi, I am currently working on a personal project, I am trying to build a lifter (ionocraft) According to the book my HV PSU. will give around 25 - 30 kV. I already got all the parts for the circuit, I just have a couple of questions about wires: how do I choose a wire? should I use regular lamp wire for the first part of the circuit? (the part that goes to the wall) whats the difference between stranded and solid wires? (in regards to my project, which is more convenient) also on another note, what happens if I connect magnetic wire to this HV PSU? just the regular magnetic wire that they sell at Radio shack, will the wire melt? or how do I know what wires can tolerate this voltage? Also, Im experimenting with lifter designs, not a regular "equilateral triangle" one, I am thinking something a little more complicated, a question: - Will more "sharp corners" (acute angles) create more lift? - is there a downside to lots of corners (say a star?) other than the building process? Thank you for your help!