I'm looking for both 18awg and 22awg wires in Black and Blue. For what I want it should be soft although not necessary, But definitely needs to be flexible without insulation coming off. I was wondering if anyone has bought from these suppliers, and has any experience with these products, how they compare to each other, and so on. Singularity computers 18awg black $1.50/m https://www.singularitycomputers.com/shop/custom-wiring/wire-18awg-black/ modDIY High Quality UL3239 18AWG (both black and blue available) 1.60/m but purchaced by the foot https://www.moddiy.com/products/High-Quality-UL3239-18AWG-Silicone-Rubber-Wire-(Blue).html 18AWG Stranded Hook Up Wire UL1007 (both black and blue available) 1.15/m but purchaced by the foot https://www.moddiy.com/products/modDIY-18AWG-Stranded-Hook-Up-Wire-UL1007-Approved-(Blue).html Element 14 This site has alot of wholesale wire options, too many options. some can bought by the meter or in 100ft spools (just under 30 meters) but alot of their 18awg wire has an outer diameter of around 3mm which seems WAY too thick. This site is a bit of a too hard basket for me, but some bargains might be had. Here are some options. alpha wire, very thin and expensive. 1.22mm diameter, $2.89/m http://au.element14.com/alpha-wire/6715-bk005/wire-30-5m-16-0-255mm-copper-black/dp/2477399 pro power, very thick, 3mm diameter, Black $2.10/m http://au.element14.com/alpha-wire/6715-bk005/wire-30-5m-16-0-255mm-copper-black/dp/2477399 But the blue is cheap at $0.85/m http://au.element14.com/pro-power/pp001197/tri-rated-wire-1mm2-blue-1m/dp/2528094 NTE, good thickness 1.8mm, black $2.10/m http://au.element14.com/nte-electronics/whs18-00-25/hook-up-wire-25ft-18awg-copper/dp/1662021 I have ordered a foot of each of the modDIY wire I'm interested in for testing and will update you with the quality when it arrives. It might be good to get a little review/cost analysis up here.