I was going to be using 240V this year, but to do a couple of elements "right" it appears I need to use a couple more channels. I've got a couple of LOR DC boards and some 27V DC MW-type PSUs that I had been holding back , so I intend to use one of the boards for a "megatree" of about 12 channels. I've got a couple of waterproof enclosures that I can mount the LOR board in - should be plenty of space in one of the Masters boxes - so I can pretty well put the controller wherever I want it. My problem is the PSU. I don't have anywhere really undercover or weather protected to put the PSU without having a longish(about 15m) run of DC to the controller. So I'm a bit concerned about the weather - it always rains hard at some stage, due to elevation we will get stuck in cloud for a few days - and the heat generated by the PSU (requiring some sort of opening for airflow). Whatever I put together I want to build a small cover over the PSU terminals that would need to be removed before exposing any 240V wiring - plan is to have a series of terminals for the DC ouptuts on this cover so the outputs remain accessable. Any suggestions on whether a fully-sealed enclosure is the way to go or could I just make up a wooden enclosure with a couple of downwards-facing vents? Other options are things like boat battery boxes and the like....... Any suggestions? Cheers!