I am doing a service-call add-on thing, and stuck with a common set-up I see around here: lots of chaining and the use of nightscaping transformers at fixed voltages that I cannot adjust for particular runs. On top of that, most fixtures are usually somewhat over-volted or under-volted. This means to properly add-on fixtures, I need to install my own trans and make independent runs, criss-crossing lots of shallow wires from a bad install, long challenging runs for single fixtures, etc., plus the person does not want to buy more transformers, complaining about costs, blah blah blah. So, I'm proposing to the customer today that we go with LED's for the add-ons, since the voltage range and wattage draw make it ideal. Their landscape is maturing and they really could use some additional illumination here and there. I know the best thing is to stay away from crappy installs, but I miss driving my truck around and acting like I have something to do. Just wondering if anyone else is using LED's for the same benefit for add-ons.