That is mostly a matter of opinion....but I always thought RGB led arrays produce the best colours visually for freshwater?
Regarding the blades most of those are answered . Depending on length you get tank mounts ( flush) or hanging kit.So here are some weak comparison between ghl lx7006 vs blade 66"
lx7006: price $900; watt 195 # to cover 10'x4' aquarium: 5 (4500): total watt 975
blade 66" $600; watt 140; # to cover 10'x4' aquarium: 6 (3600): total watt 840
Now this is a horrible comparison because it does not talk about uniformity of light nor par, 'visual quality of light' and a number of other factors. I believe the warranty on the lx7006 is 2 years and 1 year for the blade
Not sure how much the hanging kit cost for the blade or if they are required to hang the light; also not sure if the 4 or 5 hanging kit are wide enough or if multiple hanging kits are required. Lots of unknown - and getting info from ai is next to impossible.
There are riser legs available as an add on purchase.For Blades sized up to 39.1 inches the Low Profile Tank Rest is included The tank rest extends up to 4.5 inches on either side of the blade (for a total of 9 inches).
Regarding the blades most of those are answered . Depending on length you get tank mounts ( flush) or hanging kit.
There are riser legs available as an add on purchase.
Hmmm hanging kit may not be included in the larger lights but memory says a single hanging kit was included.
Yea bunch of stuff to work out yetIt doesn't say if hanging kit is included as far as i can tell (riser won't work); it also doesn't seem to say how decent the coverage is on the sides - so it is not clear if 3 rows are sufficient (6 lights) or how high to hang them and still get decent par. The other thing i couldn't figure out is they have these kits for hanging multiple lights but i can't tell how wide they are - on the surface they look pretty narrow and perhaps they are geared towards the salt water solution - not sure.
I've seen people complain about the appearance of the acrylic legs but that looks really nice. Easy enough to create different legs/seating/suspension, too.