I am currently planning on kitting out my lounge with a Rako contol system. Basically I have 3 main channels going to my dimmer switch, they are 1. my 4 halogen spots 2. my 2 side wall lights 3. my lampshades these have already been wired and want to fit a Rako system to make a scene lighting environment. The thing is im not quite sure how the wiring would work! At the moment all the wires from the 3 circuits are coming to the dimmer, but with the rako system the conrol unit (if im not misunderstood) does not actually accept any wires (unlike the futronix P400 system which i previously almost bought). I am a bit confused about where the dimmers go. I have drawn a picture of how I think it works www.mavjee1.plus.com/plan.jpg (soz bout the font, didnt know how to change it in paint!). Just wondering do the wires from the circuts have to go anywhere after they have entered the dimmers, i.e. do they have to go to a central point (like they currently do to the dimmer?)? Also I noticed that there is an adapter for making the control unit not battery dependable (Rako-RAPSU). Is this easy to wire and can the power be taken from the light circuits? (as shown in the plan.jpg pic thanks soul i was going to get a futronix p400 for this job, but i see rako seems more expandable!