Oh, HELL NO to CFL bulbs. Working on converting in the home to LED, solely… It may take a little bit of time to do this if one is not rolling in dough, due to the muy expensivo world we live in… Plus of course, depending how many lighting fixtures one has, but LED home conversion is not necessarily ridiculously out of price range, such as, for one example $13 for a 9.5W bulb that will probably last 23 years or more… thus…we have before us, a process which is thoroughly and of utmost importance and mindful for our own health and Momma Gaia…
Energy-efficient – An LED bulb that puts out the same amount of light as a 60 Watt incandescent only uses about 6 Watts.
Long-lived – LEDs can last for 30,000-50,000 hours. Presumably that means you could leave an LED on continuously for nearly 6 years.
Durable – LEDs are resistant to shock, extreme changes in temperature (although high heat can shorten their lives), and repeated cycling (turning off and on).
Safe – LEDs bulbs operate at lower temperatures than other bulbs. You can’t even touch a halogen bulb when it’s off for fear of the oils on your fingers heating to a point that it shatters the bulb.
UV free – LEDs don’t emit ultraviolet light, which can damage artwork and which attracts bugs
Interference free – LEDs don’t have ballasts like fluorescents, so they don’t interfere with radio signals
And they make ’em in golden warm hue, not only that white/bluish tint…
From Incandescent str8 to LED!
http://www.cree.com/lighting/where-to-buy <– An LED manufacturer…
LED, your everlasting Light!!!