I installed mine today, awesome! I just wanted to share a tip from another member in a different part of the forum (props to canoeski).
I was having a problem getting the touch sensitive dimming switch to work. It actually didn't work at all. I though it was broken and bummed about sending it back. But, poking around on the forum in another thread, canoeski suggests licking your finger to get it wet to increase conductivity. Bam, it worked! The dimmer works like it should now. Right now it's about 15 degrees and humidity is very low where I live. My fingers were very dry, and that was not allowing the dimmer to work.
Now I can't wait for it to get dark to see the results.