Garret, I've borrowed Chucks picture, If you look closely the red wire entering the strip on the left hand top side is hot power from the transformer into the strip, it is connected to the next five cells on the top side of the strip by 5 short, un-insulated copper jumper wires connecting each terminal to the next terminal to the right thus powering six terminals. On the bottom side you can see three red (Hot) wires coming out of three individual terminals, these are the hot wires to the accessories. Moving to the right, half way across is a black wire entering the strip this is the ground from the transformer. Continuing to the right you will five more jumper wires and again three black wire leaving the bottom this in the ground to the accessories. Chuck did it this way to use one 12 terminal barrier strip to provide both hot and ground with one strip. ADCX Rob showed two separate six terminal barrier strips to do the same thing. The key is the little jumper wires from one terminal to the next on the same side of the strip.