My HS director e-mailed me a question today, since I am kind of his go-to guy on lighting issues. However, I am not familiar with either spot, so I thought I would put it up for the Board's opinion. He recently acquired an Altman 902 spotlight from his church. He already owns Altman 1000Q's (2 I believe). However, he is disappointed in the light output in the 902. It is an old light, obviously, but it is in good condition according to him. He was wondering if it was possible or wise to replace the socket in the 902 to the same socket as in the 1000Q. Better lamp, better output. My gut reaction was, "No. That is a bad idea." But I really don't know. Thoughts? I cannot really comment on the actual condition of any of the lights as I have not seen them personally.