I need some clarification as to some things regarding heat, please. I read that it is necessary to have ceramic base, either in a mounted fixture or clamp type light, if I'm planning to use ceramic fixture, so I get that. Then I surf around and find some bulbs, which are colored. I notice that the bulbs only go up to 60 watts though. Then I read that ceramic light fixtures emit more heat than a comparable "normal" bulb of same wattage. So how do I know how much wattage I need? Is there a conversion scale available? Also, the bulbs that I found are here http://www.buylighting.com/A19-Ceramic-Colored-s/287.htm I'm not even sure what makes them ceramic, they look like a normal bulb to me. Also, I assume the ceramic heat emitters produce NO light whereas those shown at the link given provide a tinted light? Is there a specific benefit to one or the other? The bulbs are significantly less expensive, that's for sure. I'm still confused as heck as to what exactly I need to get. Ooh, guess I should say what I'm planning on using them for. I have two commercially made brooders for little bitty guys, plus chicks that I keep in open top Wal-Mart type plastic tubs with a red heat lamp over them until they feather out. Thanks for any help!!