The reflection probes are pretty awesome, but I'm curious how to proceed with more complex room shapes. If you're walking on a very reflective floor you want to be able to see the sensible reflections on the walls, like if you have floor-to-ceiling lights it looks very odd if the reflection doesn't align where the wall and floor meet. It seems like normally with box projection reflection probes you can get this pretty close and it looks good but there's some outstanding hurdles to think about and I'm curious if anyone else is looking at them. Above using a single probe at the intersection of the hallways has a weird effect on the green lights as the probe box does not align with the walls except at the end extents where the white floor-to-ceiling emission is. Also the seam between meshes is not consistent, you can see the break point (where they do meet seamlessly) between the floor on the left down the hall. This one uses two probes, which improves each long hallway a bit and has totally different results but also confuses the meshes even more as they can't really blend the probes together at the overlap points so it just chooses the nearest probe and makes a really clear, hard seam. So, workflow ideas?