The cold weather is decending upon us here now. Most nights are dipping below freezing and with that cold comes my total frustration and disdain for working with that darned Tin-ox wire attached to all of my CAST Tree lights. This stuff is insufferable in the cold. It is stiff to say the least. It doesnt fall from the mounting position down the trunk straight and it requires constant working and stapling in order to get it to lay flat. What a pain in the butt. Most of the copper cable we use doesnt pose a problem until it reaches down to -15 to -20 celcius or so (then the jacket has a way of splitting as you pull it) but when it is that cold out the last thing you really want to be doing is pre-wiring boat houses in any case. Does anyone have a solution for working with cold and stranded lighting cable, specifically the tin-ox stuff? Have a great day.