Just trying to get a general consensus of what most in here are comfortable with as far as fixtures per run. I have just started fooling around with some of the calculators out there and generally they have an allowance of 6 lights per run. Im trying to be professional now, but in my previous work with other companies we have loaded runs up with far more lights than 6. Example of a job in previous case Pool with a one sided wall that sits parallel to the pool and has 12 columns which we put 12 small bi pin 10 watt lamps on. We did this all in one run and basically brought the home run to the center of the wall and then T'd out into (2) 6 lamp chains going left and right. 120 watt lamp load and somewhere around 30 watt wiring load brought the total to 150 total watts. We were able to get right at 12 volts on the first two lights on each chain and of course had a slight drop all the way to the end, yet still ended up around 11.2 volts on the end of each run. Question 1) I know this isn't ideal, but is it wrong? Question 2) Is 5-6 lamps generally the most everyone puts on an individual run no matter how light the wattage is? Thanks for your feedback!