Personally, I don't think a comparison between an LED and a conventional is a complete test. Since the one is additive and the other subtractive, they work differently. Yes, the market is trying to replace conventionals with led, but I'd also like to see what a product like the Colorado 1 can do against a http://www.coemar.com/prodotti_dett...tion+systems</a>+||+&id_prodotti=286&flag=eng which it obviously has been patterned after. The Coemar streets at about $1,100. If the Chauvet is as durable, as bright, etc., and streets at $850, then maybe it's worth it to save $250 per can. But I think that's the REAL comparison. Further, if you're a venue and you have shows coming in, are they going to accept an all LED house rig? And doing so will screw up a production that travels with a board already programmed for conventionals. Each can goes from 1 channel to now 5 - 6, so every cue needs to be re-checked for led. And LED use different address configurations. Or if you're a production rental house, are you going to get a lot of requests for led rigs instead of pars? Maybe down the road, but I just don't see it happening in the near term. That's going to have to be proven to the people who spec out the shows.