Today I used a GREAT PRODUCT – and I was motivated to put it on paper here. We live in an older house in Hyde Park, Cincinnati. Our first floor powder room is in the process of being redone. The light fixture above the mirror and sink had a push button switch which we knew where to find but none of our guests could ever find (a little embarrasing when dark out so no window light). Part of the project is replacing the light fixture and the new fixture, of course, does not have a switch on the fixture. Now, here’s the rub. The place where a light switch should be located – on the wall opposite the hinge side of the door – has our brick chimney behind it. No way to run wires or insert a switch box behind the wall. Check out RunLessWires – they make a fantastic wireless lightswitch which requires no batteries for the remote switch and will mount flush on the surface. They market these to people that have log houses which of course do not have hollow walls. This switch was easy to install and works like a charm and most of all – eliminates the problems that I had.