I have tried doing a thorough search through multiple forums as well as the ever popular http://www.google.com" [Broken], however my lack of experience has led me to create a post and plead to the experts in such a "noob" fashion about how I would go about setting this up. I am looking to put the finishing touches on an RC body I have been working on and to do so requires an LED configuration that I just cannot seem to understand. I (ideally) would like to set up 14 LEDs to one battery source. The list of lights I would be using is as follows: 2x Red LED (1.7v Typical, 2.4v Max / 20mA Max) 2x Yellow LED (2.1v Typical, 3.0v Max / 40mA Max) 4x Green LED (2.1v Typical, 2.8v Max / 30mA Max) 6x (High-Brightness) White LED (3.3v Typical, 3.6v Max / 25mA Max) There may be a chance that I will only be using 2 of the white LEDs, but would like to prepare for the full setup just in case and can always transfer over the information if need be for the fewer lights. The main predicament that I am having is not all of the LEDs are the same voltage and such as you can see, and I am unable to find much documentation on this circumstance. I was able to track down http://ledcalc.com/" [Broken] page still be applicable in my circumstance.[*]What battery/resistor/LED configuration would work best.[/list]Below is a rough sketch of what I believe the best setup would be, but I am by far an expert on this and before I waste the time and money and fry anything unnecessarily I would like to get any advise I can about this project. For my rough example the batteries are 2 9 volts in a series. http://www.graidiandesigns.com/images/crude.jpg [Broken] Resistor List 220Ohm 1/8W (192 Exact) 470Ohm 1/2W (456 Exact) 390Ohm 1W (345 Exact) 820Ohm 1W (730 Exact) 470Ohm 1/2W (460 Exact) I know I am more than likely over thinking this, I just want to make sure it is done right, I spent so much time on the rest of the project with airbrushing and modification that I would hate for this to be the weak link of it all. Thank you so much in advance.