Okay; I just got back from the county office, they heavily govern development along this main corridor, and they want me to do a powerpoint presentation and submit site plans. They were really nice and want me to give them more info on low-voltage lighting, etc., and they are even waiving an application fee for me. The road was raised, and now the building is in a gully. Their lights are old, broken, and stupid. They want a new sign, renovate some plants/trees, and new lighting. The county doesn't approve much accent lighting, but some. My plan is vertical illumination, especially on columns, a new sign in the center of the triangle area above the entrance, and the palmetto trees. The bushes along the wall are wax myrtles, and frankly, the county will not likely okay illumination of the long wall. However, I'm thinking of removing some screen material (wax myrtles) in segments, and putting in a couple patches of crepe myrtles to illuminate (maybe one set on each wall). Hopefully, I can illuminate enough plant material to form a "bridge" across the span. I plan to use all Unique fixtures for this one. Any recommendations or additional ideas?? I am planning on doing a demo, too, for the owner.