My client wants me to light her cupola (man, something sounds wrong there). This is my fourth paying job and each one has had a different challenge. I've lit dormers before, but they were only a few feet from the gutter that I used to mount the lights. This cupola is a good 15-18 feet from the gutters, and the roof is cedar shingled. I'd rather mount the light(s) close to the ground if I can, for maintenance reasons, but I'll do what it takes to get the cupola to look good. Any suggestions? Will a couple of 12-degree MR16s mounted at the corners of the garage do the trick? Or should I be looking at something like Unique's Gemini mounted directly on the cupola? To put this into context, this is the first of potentially three phases in this job. In the first phase, the client wants me to light the facade of the home, several large Shagbark Hickories in the front yard, a couple small specimen trees where the front walkway meets the street, and a few trees in the back yard (to add depth to the scene from the front viewing perspective). Phase II and III will involve a large patio and lots more trees in the back yard. Thanks in advance for your help. I appreciate it that you guys take the time to help a rookie.