I agree with Gordon 2....when reading reviews on Amazon consider the overall total of positive reviews vs the negative. Many many reviewers are idiots who
blame the product for their ineptitude. Some are impossible to please.
If the reviewer says the fixture caught fire on the first use then chances are good he installed it wrong and blamed the product.
I have ordered dozens of products from Amazon...all had a few bad reviews mixed in with the good...every product met or exceeded expectations .
Now a few things I did learn: Some LED lights
interfere with television reception.
Many folks find it uncomfortable to read under LED lights
. Others just don't like the light cast by LEDs...it is not a "natural" light.
There are at least 3 different "light" types from warm and "soft" to just too harsh.
I changed out my light bulbs to LED. My wife hates them.
I can tolerate their un-natural light.....I retained my old incandescent bulbs...I must turn off the LEDs to watch TV off my antenna as the new bulbs block the signal to my LED HDTV (that I did not see coming)....but my battery
lasts longer when boondocking!
If you do mostly full hookup campground camping stick with the incandescent bulbs....your eyes will thank you.
Good luck !