We've been trying to eliminate electrically operated appliances and reduce our energy consumption for many years. But now that we are surrounded by Amish neighbors, I am inspired to reduce our electrical dependence even further. I'm considering installing LED nightlights on all the room switches, so as you move through the house at night, you turn on only enough light to safely navigate. If you want to stay in the room and need more light, you can turn on brighter task lighting as needed. I especially like the fact that many of these lights are motion sensing and will turn off automatically. We have a couple of fixtures that, if forgotten, might burn for days before someone notices the light was left on. (example, the basement) I'm trying to calculate ahead of time how much this might save, before I go out a purchase the nightlights. (I know they're cheap, but I still don't want to buy them if this won't work.) Do you use these and what's your favorite brand? Anyone using the directional ones? Has anyone found LED's that don't cast that gory blue/green light? Are there any that are bright enough to use as the sole source of light in the closets?