So I'm working on redoing my kitchen with some undercabinet lighting (low voltage xenon pucks). I understand there is going to be a fair amount of drywall cutting/patching (which is fine, since I am putting a tile backsplash up and painting afterwards).
What I'm wondering is what is the best way to get the low voltage wiring through my corner pantry?
In this pic:
The wire will be coming along either the upper or lower side of the cabinets from the right, and needs to get to the left cabinets to continue so its all on one dimmer.
What's the best plan of attack here since I have to go through the pantry area?