I have converted to LED lighting, so here I want to talk about what bulbs have worked for me and which have not.
For those not good at the math of hours, there are about 8760 hours in a year. Most traditional bulbs are predicted to last about 750 hours, and most LEDs are predicted to last about 22,000 hours.
I only have about 25 bulbs in use, with about 10 of them are on during waking hours (I work from home).
I have a handful of Ikea bulbs. I have a couple 6.5 watt bulbs and a couple of 3.5 watt bulbs. I put a lot of hours on these bulbs (perhaps 10,000 so far), with no failures. So far they're all good.
I bought three small boxes of LE bulbs from Amazon. I have two 6 watt candelabra-type bulbs, which have about 15,000 hours so far. I also have a two 3 watt bulbs, at roughly 10,000 hours. So far so good. But I did have another set of four 3-watt LEs, and they all died after about 5000 hours. The four dead bulbs were all from the same box, and I speculate that they all shared the same design or manufacturing problem. So it's a mixed bag with LE so far, due to that one bad box I received.
I bought a couple of Target-branded bulbs from Target. They are 6.5 watt bulbs. One has prematurely failed after less than 20 months, and perhaps 1000 hours. The other is still going.
I only have one Philips LED, and its the oldest LED bulb I own. It's still fine.
I have a bunch of CREE bulbs. One is quite old, with about 16,000 hours. The others are relatively new. None have failed.
So, there you have it! I had one bad batch of LE bulbs, and one Target bulb failed. Regardless, I saved somewhere around $1200, so it's all been a great investment. But better bulbs will help me lower the effort I have to expend.