(Not the good kind)
Today after working late at the office, I still had to prep for the painters that were going to be there in the morning.
After sweeping and cleaning up, I had to get started on mounting all of the can lights so I would not jack up the nicely painted ceilings when trying to do it later.
The tools I used were a 90 degree drill, 2 bits, an adjustable square, drafting compass, and a nut driver.
After thinking for a while about the best way to drill new holes in the cans to lower them down, I started with the adjustable square and drew a disecting line up 3" through the existing adjustable hole slot.
I then used a drafting compass to draw an intersecting line about 3" up. I had determined this by experimenting with another light can. (Crappy pic)
I then drilled the holes and screwed them in. This worked sweet and I was on my way to finishing in an hour or so when I hit a snag... I dropped my drill bit. OMG I was pissed, I looked for it for at least 30 minutes. I then swept the area again looking for the bit. After another 10 minutes of swearing and checking my socks, pants, under the riser lip... I spotted it. Damn thing fell in the drill case in the tiny slot that holds the manual. I mean seriously, what are the odds?
I finally finished 12 of them, and was off to bed around 4 AM. &$#&&Before:After: