This is a kind of spin off from another thread. Developers are now more often than not installing several 120v fixtures to the front of new houses. I have several on the front of mine. Is this something you vets have encountered throught the years? If so whats the best way to deal with them. By that I mean 1st the customer. You have to convince him that what he has, isn't necessarily quality lighting let alone artistic in anyway. -How can you use those lights with a new LV system. I do know there are individual 12v TF's but that doesn't seem practical. An electrician could re-route the existing romex wiring allowing the fixtures to be joined in with the LV system. -Its hard to imagine being able to just ignore them and not turn them on. My best guess at this point if budget is a big issue would be to find the lowest watt lamp to use, and try to incorperate the grazing effect, use a separate timer/sensor so they would be in sync with the LV system. there's tons of new 350-500k houses with these lights around here.