There is currently a soffit in the bedroom that sits above the headboard of the bed.
The soffit is rather large, dropping down around 15 inches from the actual ceiling, and has three recessed lights. The lights are old, large, probably CFLs.
I'm looking to have the soffit raised so that its height goes from 15 inches to something more like 6 inches or maybe 4 inches and placing smaller recessed lights in as well.
I keep leaning towards LED pucks, but they appear to always be categorized for cabinets rather than soffits or ceiling.
For example, this item https://www.homedepot.com/p/Commercial-Electric-5-Light-LED-White-AC-Puck-Light-Kit-21325KIT-WH/206996745 , says the thickness of the cabinet (and this is sheetrock not cabinet I'm working with) must not exceed 0.2 inches.
That seems rather thin for sheetrock, maybe not for cabinets and makes me think I'm looking for the wrong product.
What is the proper recessed lighting to use for a small soffit? Are LED pucks not intended for this?