I have a customer from out of state who wants to light a deck. Here is the email from him: "Thank you so much John Paul. I attached 3 pictures from different views. To give you an idea, I took some measurements. Ideally I want to add step lights but if you think I need to add something more please let me know. I am looking for something elegant and low key but that makes it pop without looking tacky. I would also add a light to illuminate what I am cooking on the grill you see on the left, change the lights on the walls, and maybe add a new one by the table for night dining. First step is 28 feet and until the end of the main deck is 25 feet. See how it wraps around with the second, smaller deck. Second, and third are 28 feet. Fourth is 15 feet Fifth is 5 feet All the steps are under 1 foot tread. Rise is about 5". Please let me know if you need any other distances. I rather stay away from LED lights. They are too "cold" looking. Power access is not an issue. Appreciate any help you can give me." Now first off we've done a lot of decks and we think of ourselves as experts on standard decks. Most decks we light have railings though and not sharp drop offs. Any input on how to light the edges would be great. Maybe some kind of surface mount directional fixture set into the deck? The deck supports will be an issue as always so the smaller the recessed bit the better. I attached 3 pictures from the homeowner and one that shows where we plan on placing the louvered step lights(probably kichler 15072co) Thanks for the help guys. Ive been doing lighting and electrical for a long time and have enjoyed all of your posts... when Ive had time to look through them. I'm happy to finally be participating. Thanks again!!