OK - Here's the deal. My old high school has alot of asbestos in their lighting fixtures, and we're going to try to push the county school system to get the high school a full lighting replacement. To help push the budget through, we're going to try to sell them on the idea of LED lighting for some of it, so that the power consumption is cut, and bulb costs are cut. My question is this: how are 16 LED Parcans (the Wiedamark ones) going to compare to the lumen output of (6) 6" fresnels (which is what is up there now)? Would it be better just to use conventionals (PARs or Fresnels) to do RGB mixing, or should we push for the LED cans? I've already decided to push for LED strips (Colorblazes) in the Cyc Wash department, since I've heard that those have worked well in other situations, but I'm wondering about the overhead lighting. We wouldn't have enough budget to allow for Colorblazes overhead, or I'd do that, but we would probably have enough money for the Wiedamark cans. I was also thinking that I would get 16 of the AMDJ White LED pars and gel them with some R02 or R16 to get that amber/warm white color that alot of the theater productions require. Big, long paragraph...the basic question is, will 16 RGB pars rival the light output of 6 sets of 500W RGB fresnels or conventional PARs (6 green, 6 red, 6 blue) with saturated gels?