Definitely. That's functional and very tidy. As promised here's the Rustic version of Bloke's ss core halogen Misty. It's a Rustic apple blank but the internals are pretty much all Misty. The heat's produced by a 10w halogen bulb. That's held within a heater cover made from 11mm x 0.3mm ss tubing (that Bloke sent me ). The rest of the build is as per standard resistor/cartridge log. I put one screw into the base well wall to take a couple of loops of wire for heat dissipation which seems to be ample. The body of the log gets warm but not hot and I can hold my finger on the connector without any discomfort. It runs off a basic 2a PSU which is a big plus. A dimmer is probably advisable. Without it the halo runs at - for me - the high end of the temp range and that's with a long extension lead. I'd certainly reccommend the halo build. They're perfectly viable logs and highly distinctive. This one's the first of a trinity of apple Rustics from the same branch. There's a cartridge and a resistor unit in the works.