With the influx of the new LED lighting, I expect some of you have already added some of the new high efficiency lights. My shop has mostly 4 foot fluorescent lights so will be slowly phasing them out in favor of the new more efficient and environmently friendly lighting. I just bought a test under counter light by Feit and installed it over my kitchen stove. It really puts out the light for it's small current draw. I see there are 4 foot LED shop lights available now and wondering if any of you have installed and used them. Most of these shop lights seem pretty expensive to me so decided to procrastinate a bit and take my time in the change over. Another factor is the fact that all my 4 foot fluorescent lights are hard wired so would probably have to junk them and replace with the new. I have not seen any LED 4 foot replacement bulbs but just replacing the bulbs would be easy. I doubt such a thing exists though as the fluorescents run on very high voltage and the LED operates on low voltage. I'm curious to know your experiences.