Hey all, I've replaced a fair number of bulbs in our house with LED replacements, but last time I replaced some, my wife was VERY unhappy about the difference in color temperature. I'm sure there's a proper match for nearly every bulb and application by this point in time. But she has nixed any of my further energy reduction bulb purchases because she thinks all the modern replacements are "too white" or "too blue". I'm sure if I err on the other end of the spectrum, I'll hear about it that the new ones are "too yellow". So my question to the great minds here in the lounge is....... how can I use my camera and it's fancy WB function to find out what color temperature my current blubs are? Most new bulbs will tell you what color temperature they are, but how do I figure out what I already have? Can I do it without owning a gray card? Do I try various color temperature settings and see what photos most accurately reflect the lighting to the human eye?