My film experience has quickly outgrown our studio bathroom, so I'm moving into our outdoor shed in the backyard. It is an older barn style shed with shingled roof, its insulated, and it once had electricity ran to it but has since been removed. I'm going to just run an extension cord with a power strip to power my space heater for those cold days, and of course my safelights and enlargers. I plan on adding a ventilation fan eventually, and an air purifier asap to cut down on the dust content. I have two questions... 1. How many safelights can I have in operation at the same time? I currently have three 5x7 premier lights, but I've only ever used one. Since this space is larger than our studio bathroom I need to light more areas. Does the amount of light matter, if they all have amber glass plates? 2. I do not have running water in the outdoor shed. My thought was to run a garden hose through a hole in the wall, but then I figured that its not safe to just let the water drain into the yard through a makeshift drain. So i'm thinking about rigging up a tray with a hose going in, and a drain house coming out, and cycling water from a 5 gallon bucket with a submersible fountain pump. Has anyone else ever done this before? I figured that I can rinse in this cycling water, and if need be I can carry a batch into the house from time to time to complete the wash in the bathtub. Anyone ever seen a DIY for something resembling this idea? Thanks!