So I'm in the process of bringing an old Peavey 4x12 cab back from the dead. Stripped off layers of bad paint and the tolex, sanded, stained and refinished it in gloss, then new hardware. Now it looks a treat, and it's built like a tank! But now I'm to the wiring part and I'm a bit stuck on how to do this properly. I've got (4) 16Ω 150W Eminence speakers (2 Swamp Thang and 2 Texas Heat) ready to go, and I'm using a Plug and Play Jack plate. (Alt link) Rather than an 'X' pattern, I'm going to put the Swamp Things across the top and the Texas Heat Across the bottom, so I can run each set as a 2x12 of like speakers (there's a solid wood divider between the top and bottom that allows this). I found the wiring diagram for the jack plate here. I know I want to use the chart labeled 'Four 16 Ohm Speakers' but I'm not sure how to make that happen with the provided wires. As in, there are only four wires coming out of the Plug and Play, but 8 connection tabs on the speakers? I'm assuming I'm going to need additional wires/connectors to make this work, but I don't know what kind to get. They had a box of 'AMP Female Disconnects' at Home Depot that looked about right for the connectors, but I didn't know what kind/gauge of wire to get (and didn't want to guess and be wrong). Also, is there some kind of "T" connection or adapter that I'll need to be able to hook it up to both speakers? Any help/insight would be greatly appreciated. Been on this project for months and I want to get to the part where I'm listening to it as opposed to f#&$-ing with it.