I installed a handful of the Kichler LED accent lights the other day, and the client and I are both pleased with the results. When I went over last night to make some adjustments, he expressed concern that the gardeners or someone might run into a couple of them where they are about 2 feet out from the house and the plants haven't grown into the area yet. I suggested we place a small boulder (they have others nearby) between the entry path and the first fixture to make it impossible for anyone to trip over. He requested I do something like well light enclosures, so I picked up 10 ft of 6 inch ABS today to make some... then I realized that I ddn' t have a miter box big enough. Called a friend with a 14" chop saw, but the specs says that the largest round cut it will make is 5-3/16". O.D. on the pipe is actually about 6-5/8", and with an angled cut, even more. Looks like I will have to build my own miter/ jig for cutting these... or does anyone have better suggestions?