How much are you willing to save up? Do you want something controllable or something basic like this? Are you going to want to upgrade in a couple of years, anyway? Nothing worse than spending good money after bad, or better money after good for that matter.
LED lights can be as simple or as fancy (and as cheap or expensive) as you want them to be. Some people, including myself, just don't even like LED's that much. You might prefer T5's, too. Or maybe not.
Everyone is different... I prefer metal halides, and the bulky ballasts and reflectors and all of the heat they produce, to the latest great $700 LED fixture all day every day. Obviously using metal halides on a ten gallon is overkill (not that I haven't done so), but just saying what's a perfect light for one person varies wildly. I don't think a "perfect" light exists or ever will. But I am getting philosophical and not really answering your question.....
For a little bit more money, look into Fluval's options. For just a little bit beyond that, look into Ecoxotic. I don't know if it's necessarily true or not, but for what it's worth I have always thought of Finnex as being of cheap build quality, which is as important (I think) as product performance. I have just always thought of them as cheap petsmart level crap. Disposable. But I would say the same about the ADA Aquasky's after regrettably buying one of those when they first came out, too. If an aquasky-type light is something you'd be interested in, the Chihiro knock-offs look like they are made at the same factory. Identical.
Honestly, if I personally wanted to light a tank that size and wanted to go with LED's, I'd wait until someone posts a for sale thread trying to get rid of a Kessil and try to score a used one. They just came out with very compact "puck" lights, too. They are not for sale yet, but I think they are called A80's.
That's also overkill, though. I tend to overkill.
Last edited by Clinton Parsons; 10-11-2016 at 08:02 PM.