I thank everyone that helped explain "hub" wiring. As some may know I purchased a Transformer from Unique to power my el-cheapo lights and have been asking a ton of question on this forum about lighting. Well last weekend I started on a deck project off the patio of my home and I finally completed the deck and I wired everything during construction so that I could hide all wires. The deck turned out very well (I enjoyed building it) and the lighting really made it pop...I have more lights to add in my backyard but have not installed them yet so everything around the deck is dark. The bulbs in my fixtures are not frosted so I have some hot spots and I plan on taking JoeyD's advice to tone them down a bit by frosting them. Its hard to shoot lights in total darkness without getting hot spots (blown highlights) and still be able to expose the rest of the picture...way too much dynamic range. I plan on shooting some shots right before darkness tonight. I have also replaced the 7w bulbs that came with the fixtures with 4w to help with the brighness but its still too bright. I did not have my wide angle lens with me at home so this was the best I could get with my 18mm lens...will get some shots tonight with my 12mm. Notice my neighbors solar light in the background. Please go easy on me. View from the highest part of my lawn looking down on the deck.