Curious from both renters and investors how they go about their lighting requirements: Do you go about the cheap, one bayonet a room look or actually outfit some decent enough say ceiling lights (the ones that nearly sit flush like downlights) etc? Do tenants ever request lighting upgrades or changes? Or does the one cheap bayonet light per area or replaced with a basic light fitting do the trick? Just curious how tenants and landlords alike feel about this. I was putting together my final electrical plans: junction boxes and conduits and the like, with the thought of rigging up hillstone ceiling led lights post handover with an electrician. 10w and 15 w cost under 40/50 each. Not alot for an OO but obviously once you add in say 50-65 dollars electrician installation a light you could be looking at close to 1.7k for lights and similar for installation versus leavinf a standard builder provided bayonet (or even installing a better replacement hanging light over the bayonet) Many rental listing photos ive been monitoring on domain seem to go down this path. Am i the only one who finds it abit shabby seeing one bayonet in the middle of the open living area's family room, or the master bedroom? Maybe I'm confusing emotion for physical return on my investment if everyone else is gettinf away with barebones basic bayonets- particularly with the quantity provided per area. Im sure fitting ceiling LEDs would increase resale value, but rental appeal? I aasume no additional rental return, at least directly? Perhaps easier to maintain? As is a landlord responsible for paying for standard bayonet light globe replacement costs. Or do most tenants Just DIY out of their own pocket? Lighting thoughts would be great!