I hope Joey chimes in whenever he happens to see this post. I have a job with a dozen step lights called for in a few places. Not a fan of step lights, but sometimes they are a needed. My preferred step light as of late has been the FX CP, which is the half brick size light. The one big negative is the large size of the faceplate. On this job, the homeowner didn't like the size of the FX, so she asked for some options. This job is at the beach, so I specified a non-metal housing for the poured in concrete box. I looked at the Unique Voyager, the catalogue said a composite box, so I showed her the faceplate sample I got from the supply house, and she was sold. The big bummer is the install detail Unique gives. The fixture is a composite box, potted at the back of the housing where the 25' lead comes out, and a metel reflector plate in the front for the socket and bulb. This is all one piece. The install detail is to set the fixture in the concrete form and lay the wire through the concrete pour. No conduit, no box to leave at the site, but the actual fixture. I called Unique to ask if this was right, and the guy I got assured me there was nothing wrong with laying the wire in the concrete since it was just low-voltage, and to not worry about conduit. His dismissive attitude did nothing to make me feel better about it. I ended up rigging some conduit to the back of the fixture housing so the wire isn't set right in the concrete, but I will never use these again for a concrete pour. I don't have an axe to grind against Unique. I've used quite a bit of their product at my discretion the last year and a half, but this is on my do not use list now. Do you guys have any concerns about setting a light like this in concrete?