They look good. You could always wire them to use a cube tap and save on the batteries. But then you would need outlets and you are back at square one.
Our local BJ's is selling pairs of wireless, battery powered LED light bars from GE and we've been wanting to add some LED lighting to the underside of our cabinets so we figured for $60 we'd give them a shot. The installation took about 20 minutes, the biggest pita was leaning backwards underneath the cabinets to measure and mark the holes to drill.
I think it turned out pretty well. All the light bars are drilled in place but the light switch is up with velcro. The only downside, so far, is the ****-ton of batteries this took. 36 AA batteries total!
Yea, I have been looking at AC powered less off and on for a few years. There is an outlet in the cabinet over our microwave (the micro pkugs in there) that i was planning on using for the transformer.
All the wiring and routing seemed like it would be a touch over my head an I could never figure out exactly what I would need parts wise to get the job done.
we bought some at costco, $20 for two of them. they are motion sensitive or on all the time, no switch like yours. I mounted mine on the back lip of the cabinets and angled them towars the counter, looks much better than angled straight down. here is a pic of them on, the one on left was turning off when I took the pic,