What do you know about letter drops claiming to change LED lights, should I go ahead with them?

What do you know about letter drops claiming to change LED lights, should I go ahead with them?

These companies mostly offer free LED lights. 
There may not be a great deal of choice in regard to wattage, brightness, etc but then you are receiving something that uses less energy for free.

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