So, I did something unknowingly yesterday... I accidentally bought both a 12v and 120v version of the Pentair Intellibrite 5G. My pool currently has two 120v SAM lights and the spa has one 120v SAM light. I thought I would be cool and upgrade to the Intellibrite after talking with someone from Pentair about how the housing were the same and I basically just needed to attach a strong string to the wire as I removed the old lights so I could easily pull the new wires back through the conduit. I never even realized they came in two different voltages and now I have both. I use an EasyTouch 4 panel with pool lights on one relay and spa on another. The replacement spa light I bought is 12v so I assume I'm good there but will need to buy a low voltage transformer for it. My dilemma comes from the pool now that I bought both a 12v and a 120v replacement for my two pool lights. What should or can I do? Also, what is the typical transformer people are using? I'm pretty sure I'll need a separate transformer for each side of my pool/spa since they are controlled separately. My issue then becomes the pool. I know the GFCI is connected to wiring going down a conduit to the other side of the pool where there is one of those "j boxes". I can't simply put a transformer for the pool by the GFCI since that lead feeds both lights, I assume, and they each need separate voltage. I'm not even sure I can add a transformer down at the other end of the pool for just the one light and it would be unsightly since everyone would see it. I guess worse case scenario I can just return the 120v or attempt to sell it on ebay. Pain in the butt and what a way to learn a lesson about these two different voltage lights. I'm just trying to see if there is a simpler way out of this mess and also what people suggest for transformers. I did just buy an Intellibrite landscape light along with a low voltage 300w transformer for it along with any lights I add in the future. They will have to be controlled manually since the EasyTouch 4 is maxed out with relays. I'm considering swapping out the motherboard and adding some additional relays but that is a separate post.