I have no idea about construction or the terms involved so if I sound clueless it's because I am I've seen a few pictures of something like this.. a home theater (or I guess any room could do this really..) with some kind of decorative crown molding along the top of the walls, a few inches from the celing, and there's light coming out from behind it.. or celings that have like a big square "hole" in the top.. like the celing squares in this HT .. well that's a bit too much for me .. but basically I'm wondering how exactly do you get the lights behind the molding stuff like that? I mean I'm sure I know it's built into the wall and controlled with a switch and all.. but what types of lighting do you use for something like that? Having a bunch of square sections like that could have long phlorescent lights behind them but I think that might not be very practical.. I was planning to have something like that going all around the room, being kind of a big ambient light source for the room, and controlled with a dimmer switch. Would string-lights work, or would they not be bright enough? (they're sort of like xmas lights, in a clear tube) If I did that, is it possible to control the dimness from a Pronto or do I need a big high tech remote for that? It just seems like a cool looking design effect that I could easily do when I get started on my room remodel soon.