I spent the morning changing the florescent light over my kitchen sink into an LED light. It was a bit more complicated than I thought it was going to be and I have three more to do so I hope it will get easier now that I have some basic knowledge on how to do it. I was concerned that maybe it wouldn't be bright enough because I had two florescent tubes in the light and I only put in one LED light but this one LED tube is at least as bright as before and may be a little bit brighter. But the main reason I put it in there is to save electricity. This light is used a lot even in the daytime so it was worth putting the time and money into making it into an LED. The old florescent light used 2.6 amps and the new LED uses .4 amps that's a big savings and will make life easier on the cloudy days when the solar panels aren't putting out very much power.