Originally Posted by RedTopDown
They are flood lights, pretty sure. I have them on a different GE zone, but I don't have my remote control system all set up and the GE panels are behind the A/V racks. Therefore it was too much with the time given to turn just those off. I have thought about using different bulbs and using the shields/wash lenses.
Well then...It seems you have things well in hand and your obviously going down the path toward nirvana....so I'll leave you alone.
Seeing the storm's path, I've been thinking about you down there. Best of luck! No problems with helping out! If you get/have an extra print copy you're using, be sure to mail me a copy!
As for the Storm, Up just south of Memphis I'm due to get 12" of rain. Some Tornadoes, certainly.
As a fact, I just left the Gulf Coast (...Pass Christain, MS...) to beat the crush. Didn't work. Hwy 55 was jammed heading North.
I drove down very early yesterday Morning to do some work, and decided waiting until this evening to leave was just too risky. Where I was, the rain & wind was already scary bad well before dawn.
The Home I was at is a Stilt Home just 1.5 miles inland from a Beach, and the ground below it just 3' above Sea level.Hopefully everything will still be Ok when I return since it's just 1.5 miles from the beach (...on a Salt Water Canal no less...) at 6' elevation from sea level.
It had to be completely rebuilt from the Foundation Poles up after Katrina. (...the Poles were all there was to go forward with...) Definitely NOT a place to take chances in.
Anyone so inclined...say a prayer for those who cannot get away. For those not so inclined to pray...keep them in your thoughts and wish them everyone to be safe.
Below is an image of the Living Room Theater in the Home down on the coast (Stilt home) It too shows a very acceptable image in high ambient light. It's a Painted Wall, and virtually the same shade of ultra light reflective Gray as your 180" biggie.