I stumbled into Target and had a look at their flashlight section and spotted the usual stuff but they had a larger greenish lantern on the bottom shelf that was about $40. It was an Energizer 1000 Lumen lantern. The lantern was oblong shaped and didn't take any batteries (built in rechargeable) It looked to have 11 small LEDs in a row 5/1/5 (I think SMD) with the center LED an amber one. The lowest mode was a single Amber LED. It didn't look like 1000 lumens but could be the batteries were discharged a lot looked more like 300-400 lumens. They also had a flashlight that claimed 700 lumens taking 2xCR123s (included) and various plastic lights using SMD chip (square) LEDs including 2AA, 1AA, and 1D versions and some yellow 6v style lanterns that can take 2/4 D cells that IMO were pathetic as they also used SMD LEDs had a poor beam to them at 80 lumens that flickered also (not good contact).