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Yup and paid to move most o them after approval on layout... Twice!
Sounds like a customer I had once.
Took down and replaced the bedroom ceiling fan 4 days in a row until he found one he like.
 

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75W halogens would have blown him away.

They are hot and not energy efficient, but they really add pop.
 

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Halogen PARs by far make recessed cans their most effective. LED PARs are starting to come close. I dont know why anyone bothers with type R lamps.
 

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Halogen PARs by far make recessed cans their most effective. LED PARs are starting to come close. I dont know why anyone bothers with type R lamps.
Give the Westinghouse BR30 65w eco-halogens a try. You might change your mind.

I switched to PAR lamps a couple years ago during the change over and started using the Westinghouse BR30 eco's again within the past 6-12 months. It really is an excellent bulb for more spread/less harshness.
 

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LED, but effective and efficient arent the same thing
 
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