I have a fenced portion of my backyard where I'd like to add some lighting. It's about a 70 yard long x 30 yard wide area. It's open and flat. My house is centered at the front of this portion and is 45' wide. I'd like to add 2 or 4 light fixtures to the back of my house to flood this area with light. So I would like enough throw to reach back 200+ feet but flood the area as much as possible. If I have to compromise, I'd rather short the throw to flood as much as possible up closer to the house. I would be willing to mix and match light styles to overlap coverage; 2 short, 2 long. Lights would be mounted 12-14' above the ground. I am far enough out in the country that the only light at night is the moon and stars. Currently, the house only has 1 fixture in the back. It is a two flood type bulb fixture by the back door. They cover the 10'x10' concrete pad/porch, but are pretty much a joke for backyard lighting. I am more concerned with performance over budget. If they consume so much power they throw a breaker at the local powerplant or if a plane attempts to land in my backyard... that would be awesome. I'll likely be asking some questions in the flashlight forums as well, but I don't even know where to begin for the house lighting. I'll have an electrician do the install and wire everything up. I just need to know what to buy. If someone could point me in the right direction, I'd appreciate it.