Hi all I'm looking for some opinion / advice please... I have attached a picture of the type of hybrid tap/shower mixer that I'm talking about. It's essentially a wall mount bar shower with it's 2nd outlet as a tap, to save having both bath taps and a separate shower, plus it's all thermostatic. Maybe obvious to experienced bathroom fitters/plumbers, but this seems to create a compromise on the height that it should be mounted. Lets say the bath rim is 550mm and you put the device just above, it would be fine for bath use but you'd have to bend down to knee height to operate it as a shower. Alternatively, if you mounted it at normal bar shower height, you'd struggle to reach it when lay in the bath. OR, am I missing something here? What height above the bath would you mount it?