I know that bullytes certainly have a place especially in thick ground cover or where you need the tight degree on narrow columns, down lighting, etc. But for anything that requires a bab or above in width, I am really finding myself liking the luminance and overall brilliance of the well much better. I guess I am wondering, am I doing the customer a disservice when I have previously used bullytes for uplighting 15 foot crapes, river birches and the like or on large architectural flat surfaces where im grazing with a wider spread. I have done some comparisons lately at night and simply really like the end result that the well is producing especially on uplighting trees. I had been dodging wells like the plague because of their reputation for being garbage collectors, lack of flexibility and honestly because they require more work to install. But with certain improvements over the past few years in channeling away garbage and the improved range of motion they seem to be much more appealing now. Opinions?