The following is 100% my opinion and experience. After trying out a few different systems Ive come the conclusion that when it comes to solderless the only game in town are the types that utlize solid core cable with thread cutting plugs. I personally have only dealt with the Evidence Audio SIS and can say that of the bajillions of connections Ive made with it I have had zero failures and the boards have all had acceptable noise floors. Now having said that.... one cant help but notice that NONE of the big name pedal board and rack system builders utilize solderless systems. In my my research (super fast google) Mogami 2319 or equivalent along with either Switchcraft ends or the newer Redco SP400/500s are really the industry standard. The common consensus among the pros seems to be that solderless is really a consumer thing. For people like me these little tidbits seriously screw with my guitar rig OCD especially since I was asked to do a few boards for people other then myself this year under the impression that I did a pro level job with pro level materials. I decided I wanted to experiment a little with this using my own board so I ordered a bunch of 2319 and SP-500s tore into it.... Disclaimer I could have made this look a lot cleaner but because I wanted to accommodate future pedal changes I opted to leave some slack behind so that runs could grow or shrink a bit as needed without messing everything up. Anyway here she is all dudded up.... You have to be careful with this sort of thing because its really easy to fabricate psycho acoustic "improvement" after investing significant performing somewhat tedious work but I think I'm a good candidate to do this comparison because Im also quite the fan of Evidence Audio and have loved the SIS system since I first started using it almost 2 years ago. In short I would be perfectly happy with the results either way I just wanted to put this thing to bed for my own piece of mind. The results?..... I prefer the 2319 and SP500s by a good margin. The two things that jumped out at me right off the bat were that there was a noticeable difference in what was to me an already acceptable noise floor as well as a notable improvement in not clarity. Everything has a just a tad more sparkle around it that lends itself well to both clean and dirty tones. The thing that dawned one me after the fact is that this is really and apples to Volkswagens comparison as nothing is the same.... This test simply proves that I personally prefer Mogami and SP500s NOT that soldered is better than solderless lol. You cant compare two meals made from different ingredients to each other but you can have a lot of fun trying. Hope you enjoyed me spinning my wheels.