I currently have a couple of triple-xenon fixtures lighting my workbench (3x 20-watt xenon bulbs each). There's a couple of problems with this: 1) taking a picture with the digital camera looks yellow due to the color temperature of the light, 2) they put out a fair bit of heat, 3) life expectancy is terrible (gone through 2 bulbs in as many months), and 4) the light isn't bright enough for fine electronics work.
I find that I spend a lot of time looking through my stereo microscope, not because I need the magnification, but because I have a nice bright LED ring light on it.
I'm wondering about the pricier LED undercabinet lights, like maybe four of these ones:
they would solve the heat and color temperature problems, but luminosity is probably less than than the xenons, and the price is quite high.
An alternative would be to fabricate my own from 1-watt, 3-watt, or 5- watt LEDs. Sounds time consuming.
Anyhow, wondering what you other folks do for lighting.