I believe I'm in the right place. There is a lot of knowledge and experience out there and that's what I'm hoping to draw on. I'm looking at trying to grow a bush partially indoors - during it's dormant period. So to understand what I'm trying to achieve, the indoor temp will be 43F (6C), the bush is 6 ft tall and the canopy is not thick. There are a moderate amount of leafs that will be defoliating but it isn't a thick bushy plant in full growth. Because it's dormant, I don't think it needs really high intensity light for photosynthesis. Further, I want to greatly limit the heat output of the light because I don't want to it to raise the temperature of the room. What I don't need is a light that will take me through the full production cycle of a plant, I don't need a higher heat output, or one that is super intense lighting. For the actual flowering and veg cycle I will let the sun do it's thing. All that said, there seems to be a lot of misinformation about LED lighting out there as multiple sites say different things. I understand that a lot of people say that you need a 3W bulb and if it's only pulling a few W of electricity then it is crap. If it doesn't have a heatsink and fan it runs the risk of overheating and failing. I also see some makers defending their products.. So really I don't know where I stand. More importantly, for my application, would a cheaper less intense LED suffice? Specifically, I've been looking a few and the top of my list is the LGM550 from led-grow-master. It runs 9.6W per bar and has 190 5mm HBLED. It has 33 and 45 degree spreads. Also, he specifically addressed some of the other manufacturers here: http://www.led-grow-master.com/LEDGardenerJan4.html If you guys have other suggestions that I should look at for my application or any thoughts in general, please let me know.