This is so cool I almost wanted to start a new thread for it, but alas, it belongs in the FEMA trailer thread.
My buddy and co-worker was looking at some LED lights (for his Jeep) on ebay a few weeks ago, and found this stuff on a roll. It has adhesive back, and you can cut and solder new leads on it in sections as short as 3 lights (every 3 lights has a place where you can cut the strip, and has small soldering dots on the tape to solder wires to). The roll was about 16' and the length was absolutely perfect for placing them under my cabinets. It cost $13 for the roll, shipped from China (of course).
This stuff doesn't do flat corners very gracefully, and what I REALLY should have done was to cut the individual straight pieces to length (8 total) and solder jumpers to connect them back together. I was just too geeked when I got them and wanted to get them up asap. I can always go back and redo it I suppose, but that's WAY down on the priority list.
It's really not as glaringly bright as it may appear in the pics, and I was actually after a bit more than simply accent lighting, I wanted some useful work light, and got it. I stuck it so the LED's point downward (stuck on horizontally) where they cast the most light. If I put them under the front edge of the cabinet (vertically) it would probably have been perfect for accent lighting.