I recently purchased a new home and I have been on a mission to design and install my own professional quality landscape lighting system. As you can see from the photos of my home below, I have a decent ability to design and install my own high quality landscaping and I would like to take this passion I have with the exterior of my home and develop an artful and well designed landscape lighting design. Over the last year or so, I have been lurking on this forum, trying to learn and absorb as much as I can from the professionals here and on other similar forums. I decided to do my own system after struggling to find a lighting contractor in my area that a) was a dedicated lighting installer and, b) could answer my questions regarding fixtures, system design, and other issues in a manner that I felt would be consistent with things I learned on this forum. In addition to trying to learn from the professionals here, I purchased from Unique Nate Mullens Landscape Lighting Resource Manual and have used the manual to supplement the discussions I have learned here. As an engineer, I feel I have the technical knowledge to get a basic understand system design. Lastly, since I intend on doing this myself, I believe a positive will be the ability to spend some time with trial and error. I have attached my proposed system design along with pictures of my house and landscape. My house has two street fronts (corner lot) and therefore has two view angles. For this reason, I believe its important that the house and landscape is lit appropriately from the two view angles. I am looking for some feedback on my design and possible some suggestions for improvement of the design. I have talked with a local irrigation distributor can supply some of the items I need for the installation. He mainly supplies Unique and Kichler, among others. I plan on using mainly Kichler fixtures as cast aluminum fixtures are not much of an issue in my area. I plan on using the 15310 as my path/spread fixture and probably the 15384 as my uplight/bullet light. I have a couple of proposed bullets that will be located in the gutter to light upper areas of my house. I also am anticipating a could of larger areas to be light by wall washing using a wall wash fixture. At the brick mailbox (not shown), I intend to use two smaller MR-11 fixtures to cross-light the street number. I currently have a Kichler lighted birdbath that I will be piggybacking onto this system. I have a small pond/waterfall feature that I would like to light with a submersible fixture as well. In totaI, have approximately 28 fixtures in my design with 7 proposed hub locations and one T-connection. All in all, I have nearly 600 watts including voltage drop for cable. I am right on the border line of between a 900 watt or 1200 watt transformer but will probably go with a 1200 watt transformer to keep the system expandable to possibly do some lighting in the back yard in the future. For simplicity, I was also considering using Kichlers Pro Junction System, although I have not heard much feedback on this system. I would be interested to hear and feedback on this junction system. I fully understand the professional nature of this forum, but I hope that I can demonstrate that I have spent the time design what I hope can be a quality lighting system. I really appreciate any feedback that can be provided.