Joking, I get it. Kind of. Well, the problem is that I have a pretty old house, and one of the three way switch circuits needed a new switch. Pretty simple, right? I pull it out, unscrew the wires, and put them on the new switch. Newer switches have one terminal that is darker than the others, and that's handy. But, this old thing didn't. So, I guessed. I guessed wrong. While I was at it, I went ahead and tried to replace the other. Really, pulled it off because it was the same vintage, mid sixties. Great time for old trucks, but bad time for electrical switches. No light was shed there. So, I pulled down one that was replaced this summer and does work, but wiring it as those were didn't help either. So, I pull out the multi meter, looking at the wiring diagram that comes on the package, thinking that some light will be shed (ha ha!) but I measure a bit over 50 volts. I measure it three times, and then think that I probably need more beer. I might try another meter. I am confused, maybe I am just burned out from a weekend of tearing out walls and framing and plumbing. Money that would have been better spent on a weekend trip, but this makes the wife happy. Anyone have some troubleshooting tips for me regarding three way switch circuits?