I was soldering up some patch cables and my nephew stopped by to borrow some tools. He is a huge internet video watcher and normally parrots some stupid advice that he found on the internet and on the surface, this sounded like one. After soldering a couple of connections I started to wonder maybe it was actually good advice? He suggested that I should fill the cavity between the hot and ground wires of my switchcraft connector with hot glue to act as an insulator and to prevent any wire movement within the plug. I have never heard of doing such a thing, but I can't really say that it was a bad idea either really. It would be similar to filling a socket with dialectic grease only this would be a rigid substance. So I ask you, anyone fill their connectors with hot glue after soldering? Would it really be a benefit or am I missing something?