I’d thought it might be a good idea to begin a thread that would allow people to express and share their ideas or changes that they might feel would make those components better for all of us end users. I think this is healthy for our industry to communicate positive feedback to all the great manufacturers out there. This might offend some or simply think it’s a bad idea but hopefully some will contribute. This also might be hard to do without using any manufacturers names but let’s see if we can do this and I guess I’ll start: 1. When it comes to a typical stake mounted bullet type fixture, I have always had issues here in my area of the world with those styles that only rely on o rings to secure the glare shield/bezel to the body or lamp compartment. I always find that it lifts and eventual water enters or condensation forms because it’s not completely sealed. Maybe a small set screw or threaded bezel and glare shield? 2.Since most are using LED Lamps in these types of fixtures would it not make sense to just epoxy or seal under the socket base to completely stop any water wicking up from the base of the fixture. LEDs are not operating at or near the temperatures that a 35w halogen lamp did which ultimately destroyed most sockets over time. A re-enterable gel or epoxy could be used just in case. 3.Why continue to use such thick pieces of glass for these fixture types? It just blocks more light exiting because of the thickness. Some are still using the same thickness as they were using with halogens.