Went out today to install our first new Hunter ACC controllers at a site. First one took about 2-1/2 hours for us to mark the controller wires, demo the old controller and then install the new ACC. Second one took us only about a little over an hour since we learned from the first install. Amazing thing was that the 120v and controller wiring conduits matched up between brands so we didn't need to do any additional work on them. Of course we ripped out 15-year-old Irritrol MC-Plus-A controllers and not the newer Plus-B ones that are different. What amazed me was the amount of interior space in the ACC cabinet that accommodated our 14 gauge field wiring with room to spare. We hooked up the Hunter ICR remote receiver to the Smart Ports (3 second job) and then walked around the site firing different zones to make sure we had the wiring correctly sequenced. This was our first time using the ICR out in the field and I was pleased that there were no blind spots even though the controllers are located inside a block building in the pump enclosure. Here's some pictures.