I've got a lunar light from Jebo ( Odyssea?). Mine is a T8 size light ( though box says T5). It's submersible, and works well enough. Kinda hard to screw up a single bulb. It is super bright, maybe brighter than it should be. I'll send you a pic if you might be interested in buying mine. It's just sitting around collecting dust.
I have that exact same 20 LED unit. it's surprisingly well made and water tight for a Jebo, but it's too bright and too blue, so I got tired of it after a while too. I prefer the more discrete white LED built into my Orbits, and for spot lighting I use Aqua Color from Hydor to give my gravel fountain this lava color effect at night.
Squirrel, that LED solution sounds like a good idea. If you do it, let us know how it works. I am considering doing it myself.
Johnny Relentless, Sunrise, Florida
29G, with 12 hours of 65W light at 6700k, fluorite substrate, 12 ghost shrimp, a male Betta, and a female Betta, 6 Skirt Tetras, 3 Otos, 4 African Dwarf Frogs, a lot of Wisteria, some Ludwigia Repens, Java Fern, Java Moss, Riccia, Anacharis, Corckscrew Vals, Pennywort, Baby Tears, and Brazilian Sword Grass.
Anyone try the hydor multi light? It's non-submersible gooseneck. I really don't want to "build one" rather just get one. Also looking at the marina micro led, submersible, you can add lights to it. Figure I need one, maybe 2, on a 30g. Anyone see the hydor (I've seen the Marina, it's ok but doesn't quite swivel as much as I'd like).