I was thinking about installing street lights around my station building, platform lights and possibly lights in the building (which is not the same as saying I actually will end up doing it). After looking at what’s out there, although I am attracted to Woodland Scenics’ “Just Plug” system, I find their lights rather clumsy and more suited to a public park than a railway. They do have the benefit though of not needing an extensive knowledge of electrics (ideal for me) and you presumably just buy the bits, which are all compatible, connect them all up and there’s your lights - and Woodland Scenics recommend using 16-20 volts AC or 24 volts DC, which is no problem, as I can use the auxiliary output on my controller. What appear to me to be the best looking lights on the market are those by DCC Concepts. What I can’t figure out is how to power them. DCC Concepts say that they recommend 4-6V regulated DC for the lights and, as their power unit gives out 18 volts DC, I assume that it is meant for some of their other products. The auxiliary output on my controller gives out 16 volts AC, so that’s not much use either. They do have some information on their website, but it is curiously unhelpful and looks like just a copy of an old advertisement. So how do you get 4-6V regulated DC? I note that they suggest that an old mobile phone charger would be ideal but don’t say how to adapt it and, in any case, I need the only old mobile phone charger I have for my old mobile phone. So, if I were to buy some of these lights, can anyone (politely) tell me what I should do with them?