I could use some tips on soldering for a novice. I have a few projects going and would like to make them look pro. I have a good Weber solder station that has a digital temperature display. It can be set super hot (and is great for desoldering stubborn connections), as well as be turned down to a temp that won't melt stuff you don't want screwed up in the area. Its a good commercial type model. Some things I could use help on: - What kind of solder is best for high end electronics? (flux core, silver, something etc...?) - What is the best temperature range to solder wires when you don't want to melt other things in the area? (Ive been having trouble with this! I keep melting away the wire sleeves below the cut away, but set too low I cant get solder to take.) - Heating the area and when to know its the best joint? (Color, etc?) One of my projects right now is cutting up a high end instrument cable for my floor board. I really dont want to be messing up and wasting any of it. Thanks.