I like home LED lighting but only for very specific applications, like counter lighting and for cabinets. The diffusion and color temperature of these lights is odd and they don’t get better as they warm up, like CFLs do. While this development is welcome, the chief business development guy just gave me an excuse to wait 2 years before jumping in. Referring to the high cost of the technology, which they currently offer for $40 for a single screw in bulb, Gibler said:
“They will be half the cost in another two years,” he said.