In the last few years there's been the big move toward CFC and LED lights because they're so much less expensive than traditional incandescent lights and they're more environmentally friendly Etc.
The only problem that I see with this is that it *looks* like it might mean the extiction of the bug light. For those who are too young to remember, bug lights are those smaller outdoor lights (30 watt or so) yellow incandescent lights that you can mount in places like your carport or next to your front door where you need a bit of light but you really don't want to attract the zillions of bugs that normal lights (even CFC's and LED's) will attract. I am not a hamster, I don't like opening the door and having a few hundred bugs coming inside with me.
So I have to wonder, what do the makers of CFC and LED lights have to offer to replace the bug lights that they are driving into extinction? And yes, I realize that you city bound folks won't have as much issue with this because all of those GodAwful street lights will call the bugs away from your homes. Out here in the sticks however we don't have one of those hideous things every hundred feet or so.