Who uses what? why? Where do you put it? why? What do you charge? Do you warranty your wireless R/S's, even if its a battery issue? how long? Do you prefer to wire them in directly into the common or the R/S ports? Does this practice change if you on a PS/Relay? Sidenote: Has anyone gotten into soil moisture sensors? For us: We use the irritrol wireless R/S.Cause I'm told to. We like to hang them in an area of the yard which reflects the site conditions. Cause I'm told to and agree with the practice. What I don't agree with is I'm told to get a ladder out and put them 10 ft on a eve of a house. Why? cause my old boss put it in my head why make yourself work harder? Why make yourself have to carry a ladder? I've seen irrigation companies hang them 30 ft on a house by the chimney. Thoughts? We charge 125 installed tested with a 2 year guarantee. At times we have noticed batteries fail quicker than others. No idea why. I prefer to wire them directly them into the R/S terminals if they are there. Why? Cause its what they are made for.Especially on a pump start relay. I feel safer leaving a clock with them wired in directly for the sake of the pump. I've seen pumps burn out cause companies didn't wire them properly using the common and relay. I'm sure you all have too. Sadly I'm told to wire them into the common directly. I hate putting a wire nut inside a clock.Why? Cause wire nuts in clocks have the opportunity to fall off. When pumps are at stake I feel there is no reason to mess around.. This is just us.. Wondering what you all feel on the subject. its late, im tired, not much mind for spelling/ grammEr.