House bio: Reyne Roman's home already has a pretty impressive display, but he said the 10,000-light show won't be done until Saturday. "I normally start on Black Friday and usually takes me three full weekends, plus some evenings dependent on the weather. This year, as you know, we had one cold weekend and I didn't get much done," he said. Roman said his display consists of lights timed to music, reindeer, a castle framework he built, and Christmas trees. "Every year, I try to add this or that and change it up a bit." The light show begins at dusk and lasts through 10 p.m. He said he'll increase the time of show gradually until midnight beginning on Christmas Eve and the lights will be kept on through Jan. 6 on the feast of the three kings.