Very Bright, nice full range dimmer
I bought 3 different ones to compare, the Hampton Bay (which is now re-branded as Commercial Electric with a different SKU, but it's the SAME product, same power pack), the Juno, and these new ones that weren't even on the shelf but in overstock above. The slimness of the Hampton one is really nice, they're really light, but you'll need to mount the power pack separately in addition to the light strip. The dimmer on that one is OFF-Lo-High, and the 50% power does not look much dimmer than high.
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Overall the light quality on that one is warm and totally fine. The Juno being the most expensive is probably the largest housing, and the space inbetween the LEDs are quite bit, so you get hot spots. The even ness of the light is warm and dimmer is smooth operating. The GE here, is the brightest of the 3, and, the nicest thing if the dimmer is important, is it truly has a great variance of brightness. In case late at night you just want some ambient light. So for ease of installation and "suits the job", the Hampton Bay one is fine and probably the cheapest, and the GE is the next cheapest and I think because of the dimmer's range, my favorite of the 3 and bypasses the Juno. The Juno has very smooth dimmer action and the warmness of the light is very nice, not harsh and LED looking at all. For my project (one 12, one 18" one 24") the price diff was HB: $147, GE: $192, Juno: $232.
Installation is just a screw on the GE (it has keyhole shaped holes on the back of the housing), the Juno uses brackets and seems to have the most intimidating installation.