I have a project to use 40-50 CCFLs taken from broken laptop screens as a floodlight for video recording (I'm not a professional so CRI doesn't concern me). I expect each inverter to consume about 4-5 W so need to expect up to 250 W heat (I guess ~50 W might be emitted as light though). Although the first C in CCFL stands for cold, I'm pretty sure they do get warm. I don't want to use a fan because it would affect the video recording. I was thinking of having the CCFLs on one side of a thick aluminium sheet (~4 mm?) and the inverters on the other. If it's okay to stack the inverters, I could attach heatsinks to vacant areas on the rear of the panel. There will need to be a clear plastic sheet affixed to the front of the panel to protect the CCFLs. Does this sound reasonable? The CCFLs were originally enclosed inside a plastic laptop screen case so presumably can handle being quite warm, I just don't know how warm.