All of the discussion about Lightfair got me to thinking. I'd like to start a thread talking about actual field experience using LED fixtures and replacement bulbs. Mine is very limited, but I'm trying to change. . About two months ago I ordered 5 lights from DG Lights to check them out. I had a customer who was going 'uber-green' on the remodel of his house, so the added cost of LED fixtures wasn't a deal breaker on the proposal. Upon receipt, I did a demo with the customer to show him LED vs. traditional, and to help select the proper wattages. I then installed 3 of the lights at my house so I could see them in action night after night. The fixtures I got were a powder-coated aluminum. The seals were good, a solid abs pipe for a mount stake, paint color was consistent and hard to scratch. The metal however felt a little on the cheap side. The color output was great, as well as the projection, which to date, has been my biggest hang-up with any other LED bulb or fixture I've tried. I received an order today for an install tomorrow. My only negetive about the aluminum fixtures was they felt a little cheap. What I got today was an all copper and brass fixture, double o-rings, double sealed glass lens. Weighty and beefy, a darn nice light. I'll post pics in a couple days of the install.