I am a FIRM believer in LED lighting. What's not to like...less heat, less power use, longer lasting.....perfect for RV use.
That being said, I did run into a few snags when updating and modifying the bulbs and fixtures in my 1991 Aero Cruiser.
First, was picking the right color temperature...I like the Warm White version...more like incandescent bulbs. Then finding ones that can deal with the 10-14.xVoltage spread for the typical RV system.
Figure this out BEFORE you buy! You'll save a bunch of time and $$$.
I wrote an article a while back for the RV Newsletter about the conversion. It's at:
WanderMan: And The Lord Said..."Let There Be Low Power Light"
and then this week I wrote a more detailed instructional on how to convert the fluorescent fixtures into Dual purpose LED and/or fluorescent...you get to choose! I like the way they came out....
WanderMan: Convert Fluorescent Lights To LED Dual Use
Hope this gives you some additional info and make the choice (and job) easier.
Since I am a hopeless boondocker and I like being self sufficient ( I am almost completely Solar powered. The RV, not me....) with the notable exception of the Air Conditioning I love the power savings of LEDs. I used to use upwards of 20 Amps of power just to turn on all the lights! Now I barely move the digital display on the battery monitor!
Rich "The Wanderman"