Our neighbor has motion sensor floodlights mounted on her home near a tree and aimed directly towards our home. So if my friends and I are outside enjoying the lakeshore at night, every time the wind blows or a bug flies in front of the sensor we get blinded. Meanwhile the owner of the floodlights is inside her home oblivious to it all. These things light up hundreds of times each night when there’s a breeze. Since none of the neighbors have had a nighttime burglary in recent years, I estimate that this homeowner has had literally tens of thousands of false alarms without a single valid lighting of the floodlights. We had a similar problem at our last residence. Mainly with moths flying in front of the sensor. Motion sensor floodlights may make for good commercials but as Jay Leno says; we should call them by their real name: Neighbor Torture Device. Anyone else have a problem with these things?