I'd bet that many of you are in the middle to hauling out your boats for the cold winter months ahead. With that thought in mind I thought I'd give you a questto take your mind off your lonely baby sitting in a garage somewhere. Since I'm the resident CSR cheapskate here's a cheapskate question for you. You have two options to pick from and please justify your answer. When we bought our home one of the things we laughed about were the chandeliers in the garage. Yup, four of them. They each had several of the small base, chandelier type bulbs in them. While those bulbs are festive they don't last long. I've started replacing them (as they burn out) with LED bulbs. The old bulbs are 40W, the new ones are 4W and are much brighter as you can see in the photo below. So here's the question: Should I replace all the remaining bulbs now, going from the 40W to the 4W bulbs, or should I continue to replace them as they burn out. So pick your answer and justify your answer: Option A--replace them all now, throw out the old bulbs even though they still work and save on energy consumption, or Option B--replace them as they burn out and not throw out bulbs that are still working.