90% of the lighting in my house is LED lighting. I know a thing or two about that, and I know a thing or two about board-level current draw and circuit design after working with it closely for decades. There is also extensive circuitry to get the "blue ring" to do the dances it does. Everything that I do know and have seen posted up until right now points to about 10 watts, and the pilot lights are the smallest fraction of that. Kill-a-watts are notoriously inaccurate, especially for low current draws. The findings I was talking about used a true amp meter. You can try to prove me wrong, but so far, you haven't even begun to. So, I have no choice but to stand by what I know and by what I've read here on the forum before and on other forums. And I just realized that this is just another internet d***-measuring exercise that I don't really care about. Your's is probably bigger, if that makes you happy. And them adding this feature is a really horrible burden to place on us, isn't it?