Hello all, I have a question regarding the aesthetics of an install I'm working on. This is my third landscape lighting install. I'm doing the install this week The lady's front porch is inclosed into a small portico area that's enclosed in red brick. It measures about 12'x12x12'. The front flower beds run right up to it. My plan has been to run a cable up thru the bed, into the portico about a foot, and then up the wall about 7' and place a VISTA 2216 with a 20w flood lamp to light up her front door. I was planning to put a piece of 1/2" conduit on the wall, with a box at the bottom and top ends, run the cable in the bottom box and up to the top box, and run the leads from the fixture into the top box where I would attach it to the cable and close the splices up inside the box. I went to Lowe's and got primer and paint to paint the conduit with matched to the brick. Yesterday afternoon I went to the job site and cut and assembled the conduit and boxes. Now, however, I'm having second thoughts about the conduit. It will be color matched, but still a piece of conduit hanging obtrusively on the wall right where people walk up to the front door. I'm considering just running cable, neatly, up the wall and neatly attaching the fixture accordingly. Weather factors aren't an issue in this case as it's in a closed in area where it can't get rained on, etc... Just aesthetically speaking, what have you guys done in situations like this before? Thanks.