The light looks really nice on the wall, the white LEDs at the bottom are a good feature and I put my house number under neath it and it lights it up and looks very classy. In fact some one just came to my house and commented at how clearly visible my house number is, compared to the rest of the street :)
However the PIR is a bit of a disappointment. It will turn the light on when a bus passes at a distance of about 50 feet away, but when a human walks around in front of it, he has to be about 10 feet away from it to activate the light, or in the exact line of the IR rays. I think this 10 feet distance activation must be from the bottom part of the PIR, as I had to paint over part of the PIR (the top half of it - left to right) to stop the buses activating the light. I fitted it at 2.0m (within the recommended height of 1.8m - 2.0m), but I think to get it to activate correctly (i.e. using the front part of the PIR), the light 'might' need to be at a height of 1.5m (which is a bit too low for a largish light like this), but I am not sure, this is just my theory!
One more thing worth mentioning, the power cable must be channeled from the back of the light. I had to drill/chisel a 4cm long x 1 cm wide channel to feed the cable from the back. At first I thought I could simply drill a new hole from the side of the plastic frame, but I forgot that the silver chrome frame goes over the top, so it is not possible.
The 2 screws that come with this light are pretty solid and long enough as compared to other useless free screws that come with other lights. Drill bit #7 is to be used for the 2 wall plugs that come with the screws.