I'm running Glowire from Lawson Outdoor Equipment and like it a lot.
I have to wonder about quality if the protective Dacron is wearing. OTOH, the dyneema underneath is plenty strong and wear-resistant.
Don't fail to have extra strength for the larger tarp / sail, unless you already have plenty.
I'm currently enjoying that I made some tie out lines long on a tarp I'm using in porch mode on one side. Of course, I could have supplemented shorter lines, too, to reach a couple of distant sprung branches one side is tied to......and I as I think on it, thank-you, that's what I'll do; Pack a couple or few 10-20ft 200lb bs dyneema lines with fixed eyes or fishing snaps already in one end.
I use pink mason line. It looks like dayglow pink or hot pink, a bright color. I haven't broke one yet and it would be the weak link to save my tarp from ripping. The line can be seen at daytime and only can be seen with a light at night. It's light and very inexpensive. I carry 4 extra lines ~10 feet just in case I need extra long for porch mode or need some extra for my pull-outs. They are light and take very little space.
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