There was a post on here a while back... not sure which growing forum for sure, and i've been looking forever and can't find it... The setup was featured on another website (probably overgrow)... It was something like this: A circular container, likely a round trash can, with fluorescent lights (like T8 I think) spaced around evenly on the inside of the container - giving 360 degree light coverage from the sides of the container. The fluorescent bulbs were not in commercial fixtures, but the sockets were bought separately and spaced the correct distance for the bulb to fit in a 'diy fixture' of sorts... The sockets were wired in a series, so one connected to the others and ran around in a circle... I assume that only one ballast was used due to the way the sockets were wired. This was a single plant setup, using what I think was a bubble bucket... it may have been something else, but it was not soil... aero or hydro. Each of the lights had those clear guards you can buy to help keep the bulbs from shattering, and this allowed the plant to be in direct contact with the light source without getting burned.... I *think* there may have even been some sort of mini-cooling setup to run air through these tubes, similar to a cool tube for HPS/MH bulbs, but using small tubing similar to that used for bubble buckets, etc.. with the capped clear lamp guards acting as the cool tube. If anyone knows what setup/thread I am refering to... can you please give me the link or some additional info??? I'd really like to try this method - seems fairly simple (if you can do basic electrical wiring), no heat concerns, complete side light coverage at very close ranges, and not to hard to conceal... Any help would be great! Thanks!