The “Ornate Gate” was an incredibly complex project. The “Neverland” sign was filled with fiber optics, which had to come to life when a car approached. The entire area was filled with concert-grade EAW speakers, and (to the best of my memory) some 20,000 watts of power. Ironically, this was the largest music system at the ranch. Michael wanted it to be loud enough to “shake a bus”, in his words. It was. The little building on the left was built primarily to hold all of the electronics, amplifiers, control system, etc. The gate – in it’s own way – was a visual, mechanical and music work of art. When we finished the gate installation Michael came out to hear it. We cranked it nearly as loud as it would go. Michael was not capable of hearing great music not dancing, so we go our own private dance of gratitude from the greatest dancer on the planet – a moment I will never forget.