I am a enthusiast. If not a near worthless fanboy. I understand and know what short coming HLG
has. And believe me they are very aware of there short comings also. I have developed a relationship of sorts with HLG
that I do infact enjoy very much. If I were to come out of retirement I would be wanting to go to work for HLG
at the manufacture rep level. I have insight into the business of lighting that goes back to the 1970's because of my father and other folks in the industry and all the work I've done concerning lighting from a electricians view point to learning about all the spectrums of lighting and using them in hospitals, casino's, tv/movie production, grows ect. ect. I keep up with the tech that is quietly being developed in the background and who owns some of the patents/tech and follow the near silent information trails. And I like the people at HLG
and the level of service they all work towards supplying. I wish I could share what I know,,, I just can't. The people that help us as customers are also some really smart, hardworking and down to earth real peeps. The last 20 years of my working career I was a manufactures rep in Boiler, Chiller, Pump and Control world. With my specialty being pumps and system wide controls, then boilers, chillers, blowers and ventilation. I've worked at the factory level with Cleaver Brooks, Babcox Wilcox, Rapak, Lochinvar, Carrier, Trane, Bell & Gossett, Aurora, Gould, McDonald & Miller, Spirex/Sarco, Spence/Nickleson and others. And not one of those companies vibe like HLG
at any level. If a company supports me with quality and honesty of product, service and simplicity. I support them.