I have a client I've done work for in the past who is refinishing their pool. The pool has a water feature with a statue of a dolphin in a seperate section, which has 4 PAR-36 fixtures loosely set into formed niches (not bonded). He wants to replace the lights because they're big and ugly, and a maintenance issue (as almost all underwater fixtures are). I'm looking for a solution that will give me the optics and punch to highlight the statue, while being low maintenance. The main problem I have is the connection for the lights is underwater. There's no feasible way to run the fixture wire outside the water for the connection, which would be the way I prefer. That is, unless I run it in the grout of the brick coping, and hang the wire down the side of the pool (about 10-12"), which would be ugly, and probably get ripped out. I also am unclear (even more so after reading previous posts on the topic) whether or not this could be done to NEC code? The transformer there is a pool and spa rated Vista MT-300 with a digital astro timer. My question is not so much the fixture to use, though I'm open to suggestions. The question is how to I make a submersible connection to keep water from being siphoned into the fixture housing and ruining the new fixtures? What would you do in this situation?