I'm having a lot of requests lately from GC to put recessed cans in the eaves and overhangs of new homes. This looks super slick at night. The last one I did had face stone on certain parts of the home, and it had cans in the soffit right over where the face stone feature areas were. Maaaaan... at night it looks really high classs. I finished ruffing one a month or so ago that had over 30 recessed cans in various places in the soffits and overhangs (really cut up roof lines). I can't wait till that one's done to look at it at night. While this looks super nice, I have almost as much time wrapped up in installing and ruffing cans in the overhangs as it takes to ruff wire the entire rest of the dwelling otherwise. It does add to the electrical cost, but looks so cool. Anyone else seen this/doing this in your area? I'd have never really suggested it on my own, but I am getting lots of requests for it the past year or two. I'm a little surprised, since I'm generally ahead of the curve on trends like this. I missed this one, but I'm still getting the benefit.