Having just received a couple of brand new LED MR16 Lamp modules here for testing I decided to get into the shop and do some comparisons. Each of the lamps below were supplied 11.9Volts AC. They were all installed into the same Lumiere 203 fixture. They were all aimed at my shop wall from a distance of 18 Feet. Measurements (in foot candles) were taken at the center of the beam, at 3' out and at 8' out. GE BAB 20W Halogen MR16: Center 1.33 FC, 3' 1.17 FC, 8' 0.62 FC Colorstars 5W WW LED MR16 Lamp: Center 0.64 FC, 3' 0.40 FC, 8' 0.11 FC Luxxo 3.4W WW LED MR16 Lamp: Center 0.43 FC, 3' 0.42 FC, 8' 0.33 FC "INTEGRA" 6.2W WW LED MR16 Lamp: Center 1.11 FC. 3' 0.98 FC, 8' 0.27 FC I was very impressed with the quality of light that is coming out of these new Luxxo LED Lamps... although it is not nearly as bright as a BAB, it is remarkably even across the beam pattern. This would make an excellent very wide flood for soft downlighting, and will also work very well in structure mounted applications where the object is relatively close to the lamp. I am going to contact the manufacturer and see if we cannot adjust the optics some to reduce the beam spread and thus focus more output into a smaller pattern. In a couple of weeks I will do some more tests that postion the lamps closer to the meter. Regards.