Sure - go ahead and post my stuff. It would be nice to see a blog that addresses the growing cfb and led effects markets in a user-friendly manner - a lot of people don't understand the technical aspects of alternate lighting, so they fall back on incandescent lamps.
Might be fun to do some writing... thinking....
I've learned a lot about lighting and wiring just from setting up my landscape lights and the 5 years of Halloween decorating. Decorating the house is an odd combination of stage and disco lighting, sound production (we do our own loops), prop-making and background painting. And being able to splice and dice wires and fixtures without being electrocuted!! =-O
Incorporating some of what I've learned into everyday life has been fun too - our home office is set up with optional "mood" lighting for online gaming sessions (you can't play WoW with white lights blinding you) and for grey, dreary days - we just pull our blackout curtains shut, hit the remote, and snug down into a very soothing environment...
I hope you continue adding led products to your catalog; I've been watching them for about 2 years now and am finally seeing "useable" bulbs entering the market, thanks to Cree. I just received my first trial order of landscape replacement lights that will work in my current low-voltage system and am awaiting the arrival of a few new gen 120v bulbs.
Please send my regards to Troy - he handled last year's order for me and was very helpful.