Hey selfbuilt! Been making wonderful use of all your reviews for a good time. So much so that it convinced me to make a CPF acct. Wonderful place. Anyways, to my question. Judging from this review as well as other reviews you have done is it accurate to conclude Thrunite's proclaimed lumen outputs etc are to spec with ANSI/NEMA FL1 standards? Obviously not exactly but at least close enough to be considered as such? Reason being I am considering if I should purchase the updated 2017 TN36 which claims a 10,000 lumen output. However, various youtubers and independent testers claim it's real output is around 8000 lumens ish. Some even claim 6500 lumens. This sounds extremely hard to believe for a company which I initially believed were using ANSI/NEMA Standards. Let me know what you think! Thanks!