I'm working on my CFL fixture this weekend. I'm having trouble deciding what type of wire to use. Basically I will be running 6 or 8 of the 23w (100w equivalent) CFLs. I want to wire up the sockets in parallel (more on that later, having some trouble understanding it). Some people say to use 16/3, some say 14/2. Here are some options. I need wire to wire all the sockets to each other, then wire them all to a plug to give them some juice. Here are some options from HD I was looking at. Are any of these good, SAFE, or should I look for something else? I'd like to stay away from romex because I hear it's stiff as hell and I need something a little more forgiving since I will be running all the cords inside of PVC to keep it nice and clean. 14/2 UF w/ ground: http://www.homedepot.com/Electrical...splay?catalogId=10053&langId=-1&storeId=10051 Romex: Romex SIMpull 15 ft. 14/2-Gauge NM-B Cable-28827426 at The Home Depot 16/2 primary wire: 24 ft. Black 16/2 Primary Wire-207-1201R24 at The Home Depot 14 gauge stranded primary wire: 17 ft. White 14-Gauge Stranded Primary Wire-207-3402R17 at The Home Depot Thanks for any advice.