I've used Volt lighting in the past with good success but I'm struggling to come up with a good plan on my own home. We are in an urban neighborhood on a corner lot surrounded by a mix of homes from small to quite large plus multi-family units in a fairly dense mix. I want to light the house and landscape but avoid the feeling of "hey, look at me". The draft idea in my head is: East (front) elevation - photos 1 and 2: Wash walls with Wide splashes dimmed as necessary and a narrow Fatboy spot (what degree?) up the chimney. Two Max Spreads on either side of the front walk. South (secondary street) elevation - photos 3 and 4: Again, wash walls with Wide Splashes dimmed as necessary. (The large fan palm tree on the left is being removed). West (side yard) elevation - photos 5 and 6: diffuse uplighting underneath the back trees and camellias with Fatboys (5 or so?) using 110 degree beams and a Max spread path light at each end near gates. I'm concerned about creating too much light pollution next door as the neighbors are very close. North (back yard) elevation - photos 7, 8 and 9: Fatboys with 110 beams placed near the bed edges to gently light the plantings and brick wall. To uplight the very large pecan tree I would use a Big Par 36. Again, I want the design to look sharp but very much avoid looking ostentatious or overdone. I'm really struggling with wattage and beam angles, too. Thanks in advance for any feedback and suggestions.