Hello, I was considering a small project to solve an issue with PC case fans. If you have fans on the removable side panel, the wires to power them is quite a pain to disconnect each time you want to take the panel off. I was wondering if it would be possible to take something like this: https://www.amazon.com/2-1mm-Extension-Adapter-1-35mm-Converter/dp/B00AEIYNVA/ cut it in half, splice the wires with the fan wires, and position the two connector parts such that as the door is closing, they connect, but easily disconnect when you open the door. This solution seemed appealing as it wouldn't require soldering or anything. So I had a few questions about this idea for you experts: 1. Would this work? 2. Would there be any dangers to the computer electronics if this connector was connected/disconnected while all power was on? 3. Are there any other connector types that might be better suited to this task? There is at least one manufacturer's solution in the market that makes use of battery type spring contacts, but I was not able to find any parts that might allow a layman like myself to splice something together. These connectors I linked obviously have at least a moderate resistance when plugging/unplugging, which it would be ideal to do without, if possible. Any feedback greatly appreciated! If this is in the wrong place etc. please let me know!