I have a 32" tv on an entertainment center/dual bookshelf unit (don't worry... my speakers aren't in it!), and I've been meaning to backlight it somehow to help with my all-night DVD binges (and save my poor straining eyes). I'm going by Home Depot on my way home from work, and was wondering what exactly I should look for in the way of a fluorescent fixture and bulb. The wall behind the entertainment center is flat white (but looks about 80% gray), and the bookshelves to either side of the TV area cover all but 1 foot from the ceiling and about 4 feet to each side wall. The TV fills the entire space horizontally between the bookshelves,and vertically there's 4 feet above the screen (where my center channel resides, angled down) and 2.5 feet below (where my sub is) of visible wall. 1) What temperature and CRI bulb do I need? I don't want it to be overly bright, and with the white wall I'm not sure how to achieve that. 2) What width fixture? 3) Are the fixtures safe to mount near my television? There is a small area where my TV sits where the light could rest behind it. Or should I just mount it to the wall back there somehow?