under cabinet lighting

Hi all,
I will be remodeling my kitchen, and want to install under cabinet ligts. I am pretty much settled on xenon, and looking at WAC.
It appears that they have both low- and line voltage xenon bars, and low voltage seems to have integral transformer, so it looks like they still have to be connected to 120 V (but require low-voltage dimmer, if I want one).
Low voltage seem to be a little more expensive, and I assume may require more maintanence (if a transformer dies)
Are there any reasons to get low voltage bars instead of line voltage?
Are there any reasons why I need to look at another manufacturer (like CSL, Kichler, etc.)?
Thanks for any advise.
Arkadiy
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You should be doing LED, not xenon. If you don't like LED, then do fluorescent.
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