As a home owner I have installed some low voltage lights (Yes from Home Depot but they are all metal). Before anyone says I should hire a professional or use better equipment I just want to let you know I am going to use what I have. I also do not live in a $500,000+ house or even a $200,000+ house for that matter (In other words I am not going to spend $250 per light on a house that is my first home). If you want to be negative please do not reply...either help me make the best of the materials and equipment I have or do not reply. I'm not trying to come off as an a$$, but you have to understand I have a budget and I am not going over my budget for low voltage lighting. I am trying to come up with the best looking setup for the money. What I have right now is better than about 90% of the homes in my area as most are using solar lights (Yuck!). I have a 600w transformer with 2 300w outputs (12v and 14v legs). Around the rear of my home I have 6 18v path lights and 2 20w spots. One of these spots goes all the way around the front to the right side of house to illuminate the rock fascia. Around the front I have 4 path lights and 3 spots. My path is about 10 feet and leads to driveway, the 3 spots will be on the rock fascia of my home I understand due to voltage drop I cannot daisy chain all of the lights on one run...even if I am using 12 gauge wire. So my question is does anyone make a distribution block that will allow 2 sets of 10 gauge wire out of my transformer to some sort of multiple tap connector for distributing smaller individual runs? This system cannot be looped due to the driveway and I need a way to distribute maybe 8 individual runs of 10-12 gauge wire. I plan to distribute the front with 2 separate wires, one wire for the 4 path lights and one wire for the 3 spots. The rear will be 3 separate wires, one wire for each side of the house with path lights and one wire for the 2 spots (Also the longest run). Total system usage: 148w (8 lights) rear 132w (6 lights) front 280 Total For those who choose to help me I appreciate your advice. Since I am a regular poster on the lawn care side I see lawn care snobs over there...I am sure they are here too.