If you really want high-quality light, keep an eye out for the Color Rendering Index (CRI). I don't often see this on the cheap ebay listings. Most of the cheapo LEDs have a CRI around 80, which means 20% of the colors you get from an incandescent light (or the sun) don't even exist. That may mean fabrics look different, or makeup isn't quite right. You can get LEDs with a CRI around 92 - for a price. Personally I didn't care for the camper, but do care as I replace the lights around the house.
Note this isn't the same thing as the color temperature (Kelvin) rating of 2000, 3000, 4000, etc. If you want warm white make sure the actual Kelvin is around 2700. I bought ones "rated" for "warm" but they ended up at 4000 K, which is really "cool"! Daylight is 5000.
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