I have a question related to the new laws that will eliminate most incandescent light bulbs (at least in their current form) in the next 4 years. I understand that stores will keep selling compact fluorescent (CFL) bulbs with both types of bulb bases (the threaded kind and the 2-prong kind). But I'm wondering if it will still be possible to buy fixtures with standard threaded sockets after the incandescent ban is in full effect? Or will they switch all the fixtures so that stockpiled incandescent bulbs can no longer be used in them? I can't stand the light produced by CFLs (my migraines don't like fluorescent), so I am already stockpiling several decades worth of incandescent bulbs. I'm trying to decide if I also need to buy all the incandescent fixtures I may need for future building projects.