Hi Guys, I need to change my bathroom up a little as it is currently set up for baths with a roll top tub whereas we take showers. Basically I have worked out that the best solution will be a P-shaped tub and a thermostatic shower. However, I am trying to keep it very cheap and do not want to bury any pipes as the toilet has exposed chrome piping so I thought it would match that look. So my concern for the shower is which shower mixer to get and which shower attachment will fit. I can get a bath mounted mixer like such: http://www.victorianplumbing.co.uk/...-Shower-Mixer-Valve-Bottom-Outlet-Chrome.aspx and then attach http://www.toolstation.com/shop/p73...=26799268583&gclid=COqN4bfRsLoCFWbMtAoddRIACw (my mrs really wants the rain fall effect big shower head so I thought this might be suitable). However, there is any way I can run the pipes on the surface of the tiles up from the bath and the thermostatic mixer shower on the wall as opposed to deck mounted on the bath? That way I can get an all in one job: http://www.victorianplumbing.co.uk/Cruze-Round-Thermostatic-Bar-Shower-Valve-Riser-Kit-Chrome.aspx maybe using something like this: http://www.betterbathrooms.com/showers/bar-showers/backplate-elbow-unions/ Does anyone have any other suggestions? Another question relates to the fitting of the tub. The only place I can put the tub is against the inside wall of the bathroom which as a tiled box running along the bottom of it for the toilet waste. If I submit dimensions would someone be able to tell me if the bottom inside of the tub would be ok to clear the waste pipe?