Sorry for lumping this all into one question but it all pertains to each other. First, I currently have a Pentair EasyTouch 4 panel with 12V LED pool lights and a 110V LED spa light. Each of the lights are controlled by their own relay and coupled with the pump relay and blower relay, that taps me out. So, I'm upgrading my panel to a EasyTouch 8. I was able to find a controller on eBay that is new and will be putting that in this week. In order to control my Intellibrite landscape lights, I am adding an additional relay to the panel. So far it seems fairly simply with just swapping wire for wire between the two panels. I'll take a photo first but all the plugs are exactly the same so perhaps about 1/2 hr job for someone like me who has some decent electrical wiring experience from household repairs and remodels. Since my spa light is 120v it's just wired directly to the relay and GFCI. With the 12v pool lights, they are wired from the relay to a Intermatic PX100 transformer and then on to the j-box where it's wired to the two pool lights. Each light is 35watt for those who want to know. I originally tried just jumpering my 110v feed from the one relay to the other for both lights relays but everytime I turned on the pool lights, the GFCI blew. After many wasted hours talking with Pentair I decided it was just an issue with the GFCI seeing draw but no return because the 12v side wasn't part of the complete circuit. Instead I used a lead from the power supply/transformer straight to the relay and that solved the issue. Now, I'm making the leap of upgrading me panel all so I can control my landscape lights too. Here is my question, after doing the upgrade and installing the extra relay, can I just use a jumper from the 12v pool relay to my new relay which will be powering a separate Intermatic PX100 that will supply power to my Intellibrite landscape lights? From what I'm reading these transformers are only drawing 1 amp so the two combined are pulling 2 amps off a 20 amp circuit breaker that is also supply power to the panel itself. I'm interested in your thoughts. I have room on the breaker box to add another breaker if you think I'll need a separate circuit. Or perhaps I need one anyhow and to stop using the power from the transformer. Please give what advice you can and ask questions if need be. Thanks.