Being Jewish, Easter isn't really a big deal for me (although, I confess, I don't really do anything for Passover, either). However, it is a family-oriented time of the year, so this year--as we did last year--we had my partner's parents over for Easter dinner.
In addition to consuming large amounts of traditional Easter food (ham, potatoes, and even my home-made lemon meringue pie), we did have a secondary agenda. With my partner's dad being fairly adept at home-repair-related issues, the strategy was that my partner and his dad would take a little time during the visit to address the leaky shower in our bathroom.
Well, long story short, that turned out to be an incredibly complex affair that involved chipping away large amounts of concrete to actually get to the shower fixture itself. The unit has since been replaced and we are now not only saving water but undisturbed by round-the-clock drips.
Unfortunately, we didn't really alter the hardware design; had we been given the option, I would have loved to go with the Signorini Design unit you see here, featured at Crave. However, I think the metallic-block shower head and changing-color lights are probably a little too avant-garde for my partner's taste.