Installed the new 1200 watt Volt trans from Landscape Lighting World today and thought I'd give you guys my results. Pro's- 1- Nice cabinet, very thick stainless steel, thicker than FX or Nightscaping. 2- also on the cabinet- 3 exposed keyhole slots on top plus one open slot exposed on bottom of unit makes for easy install on outside wall of home. 3- decent 6 foot cord for better flexability installing around the outlet. longer than the FX cord I am used to. 4- Bottom comes as a removed piece with an easy to remove 1 1/4" plastic knock out in center . also 8 additional 1/2 or 3/4 inch stainless knock outs on bottom plate. I used 1 1/2 inch pvc ( grey ) pipe plus adapter for connection. bottom bolts in with supplied 4 self tapping screws. 5- each common and 12 volt through 22 volt tap has block rather than lug screws. you cannot "miss" the wire. 6- taps are large enough for around 6 12 guage or 4 10 guage, possibly more for more patient installers. 7 built in primary loop for clamp meter testing. labeled not to exceed 10 amps. I'm currently at 7 amps with 1 common completely open, 2 full ( 80-85% ) and one other slightly over half full. 8. good room and interior plug/cord for internal timer. 9. all taps tested out at +.5 to +.7 volts unloaded and currently +.1 or so loaded. pretty dramatic drop from 0 to 300 watts or so and then held voltage up to the current 800 watts or so. 10 a chart you can write on to label each wire run and load of commons plus load of primary plus reccomendations for maximum load ( 25 amps ) on secondaries is included on the door. 11 door removes easily with a lift. 12 after being on all day with a load varying from 0-65% it was stone cold with an ambient temperature of 65 degrees. cons- 1-to install a photocell you pretty much have to use thier photocell ( extra ) because of a proprietory photocell plug. I could not go upstream of the plug without disassembling entire trans. I neglected to order one, tried to use an aimable and adjustable shroudable 3 wire photo-cell, No go. I resorted to a external digital astrological timer. Fx, Nightscaping and others let you get to the primary wires to use an aftermarket photo-cell, or it comes pre-installed. 2-no install literature included. yeah, I know how to wire/install a trans, but then, some folks don't. 3 If you drop one of the screws used to put the bottom on, it is gone forever. they are tiny and I mean tiny. luckily they included 5 instead of 4, which is nice cause I needed it. 4 This thing is HEAVY. yes, I know it is a 1200 watt trans, but make sure your mounting screws are in good. off the cuff, this thing is well over 50 , maybe over 60 pounds. isn't torroidial supposed to be lighter than magnetic? all in all, the pro's outweighed the cons, and I will put a few more of these out there and report on them on a timely basis for reliability sake.