Thanks Keith seeing as I do not have to switch points via DCC and I have a CDU I will most likely go back to the method I used on my old DC layout which will be a lot less hassle for me. The way I will do it; is to wire the +ve of my CDU to the centre contact of a SPDT switch with the 2 outputs going to either side of a solenoid on the motor and the other side of each solenoid will be joined and the common wire from the CDU connected to them. There will be a momentary switch in series in the +ve line before the SPDT switch so that depending on which leg I wanted to run through I just move the switch and "fire" the CDU with the momentary. The position of the SPDT will show which leg was set (Up=straight through, Down=curve) to add to this I will glue a microswitch to the point motor with one way for straight (Normally Closed) and the other for curve (Normally Open) this switch will turn on LEDs on a schematic panel to showed which leg is switched/set. I could also use this switch to light signal lights. Hopefully that does not confuse to many people, I can do a picture if needed. Edit; Did a drawing which explains it better. The +12V is the output of the CDU.