I want to ask those that might know if the current ratings on slide switches matter when you use them to power a frog on a DCC layout. My situation: Atlas Code 55 turnouts with live frog Lenz DCC (12V @ 5A) Miniature Slide Switches used to control turnout throw AND route power to the frog I am using SPDT slide switches (which I don't know the current rating of) right now with the layout powered by DC (Tech II powerpack) and everything works fine. However, I am getting close to connecting my DCC system and I started to worry about blowing the slide switches when I power up the layout at a full 12V and 5A of power. I see a lot slide switches available with many different current ratings (0.3A @ 120V, 0.5A @ 12V, 2A @ 60V, etc.) Will this be a concern when I power up DCC? Will I need to replace all of my miniature slide switches already installed? Any help would be appreciated and I can add details if I left anything necessary out.