For the past 3 weeks I have researched and tried to figure out what lighting fixtures would best suit my needs. However even with Volts videos, customer service phone calls, and customer submitted photos im still left with uncertainty and questions. One customer rep informed me that the difference between an MR11 and a MR16 fixture is the overall size of the actual fixture and also that a MR16 would be best suited to illuminate larger areas or objects where as a MR11 would be used for smaller areas or objects. That was my understanding between the two types until another rep informed me that a MR11 would illuminate the same as a MR16 but would be able to be hidden better do to the smaller size of the fixture. If you could clear this up for me id appreciate it! Now for the part in which I tracked you down for haha! My plan was to add 3 area lights in the mulch bed (4ftx12ft) to the left of the front door/porch. A 4th area light will be added to the right of the front door/porch once I get it mulched and add some sort of shrubs/flowers. The maple tree in the middle of the yard is roughly 15ft tall with a 6ft-8ft wide canopy. I was thinking of a spotlight placed in the mulch underneath to illuminate the canopy. Since the spotlight would be placed about 2ft from the trunk, I think I would need a 60 degree bulb but that's just a guess. The front door and stonework that's around it and continues to the top of the roof is the only main architectural feature of the house that stands out as the majority of the house is vinyl siding with a flat roof line. This is the area that id really like to hit a homerun with! At first I was thinking of using a spotlight fixture and if needed maybe 2. However I don't want there to be a visible "beam" effect if that makes sense, so maybe the correct beam degree would solve that? This concern brought up the idea of using a flood light fixture, but I wasn't sure if a flood light would be able to reach the whole way to the top and instead illuminate wider than I wanted. This stone work area is roughly 8ft wide x 12ft high. And technicaly with the light being placed on the ground I would need it to illuminate about 16ft upwards to reach the peak. Im open to plug in or integrated fixtures (although the luistana's shape/desighn look awesome) , wattage (house is on a dead end street with no other light sources near by). I want to place an order and start this project in the worst way! So your expertise based on my description and photos would be a huge help and greatly appreciated! If you think my plan needs altered by adding or subtracting a area or fixture let me know. Fixture, beam angle/wattage, and placement.... I will take it all Thanks Evan!