Just interested as to what you pro's would use with the following, I am changing a ceiling light and found the following had been used (my house). It's been up there more than 10 years, one of two lights in the hall, two way switched. Ceiling light hanging attached to wood circular pattress 4 1/4" dia with 1" hole drilled through the middle, this is flat with the plasterboard ceiling and screwed into a batten above the plasterboard, this needs to be kept to maintain the look of a period light. The 3 core cable from the light goes though the hole in the wood pattress and into a, what looks like, 30 amp connection block 4 way loose in the void; downstairs ceiling so no insulation in the void. There are three cables the other side of the block so we have the following wires into the block from that side; 3 earth (sleeved), 3 loop and 3 neutral, 1 switched live. It's actually quite neatly done apart from the fact it is neither enclosed nor fixed. So the question is what sort of enclosure would you use for the connection block or what would you use instead of? Standard Chocbox not big enough as far as I am aware. Since I am in there already I might as well do it properly.