From what I've seen, LED has overtaken all other forms of artificial light. At Lightfair this year, I did not see a single light source that was not LED. Not that I visited every single booth... but it sure seemed that way. But what LED does is almost open a door of interpretation of each manufacturers definition of a given color temperature. In landscape lighting, 2700 and 3000K are most common, and the only consistency I have observed from landscape lighting manufacturers (and importers) is that each has a different variety of 2700 and 3000K. Halogen lamps can have slight variance as well, but LED can be wildly different from one another. Much to the detriment of the industry, there is no standard (at least that I'm aware of). It's futile to ask which company has the "better" CCT with their LED products - way too subjective. Although it seems fair to ask what is your FAVORITE version of 2700 or 3000K? Who makes the product that puts a smile on your face when you see it at night? Any that make you cringe?