I have a client building a large timber trellis. The front vertical columns (posts) are to be downlit from the 8x12 timbers above as well as uplit from garden bed below. The architect and the builder are pushing to use a recessed fixture in the bottom of the timbers to achieve the downlighting. I am strongly advising against this as I know of no fixture that is listed for the application. My advice is to mount Hunza DL-Cop fixtures on the ends of the timbers. I know there are 'puck' style fixtures that could be mounted to the underside of the timbers, but they are ugly, they produce a lot of glare, and they do not use focused lamps, making my job a PITA. Do you know of any recessed fixture, that uses MR16 lamps, that is safe to install in this appliation?