Does having about 30 flashlights qualify as a flashaholic ?
Tiny ones on up to 6 volt lanterns for spotting buoys and channel markers when night sailing.
And yeah, more than half are now LED - from tiny pocket ones to powerful red and green night hunting ones good for spotting coyotes out to about 250 yards.
I've upgraded my older mini-mag lights to LED when Maglite first came out with the conversion. That was much better than the bulbs, but I like the newer LED Mini-mags even more. They have an adjustable focus beam and far greater distance. I use those for camping and hunting.
Recently started carry the new LED Maglite solitaire. Amazing how much light they throw. I use it every day, for work, and at night getting from the shop to the house after dark to make sure I don't trip over a skunk.
And I have two LED head lamps. One for when I'm working under a car and one for camping.
Several Christmases ago, the stepson gave me a rechargeable LED work light. That gets used a lot inside the car, so I don't have a cord to get in the way, or dragging dirt across clean upholstery, or snagged on something.
Another thing I love about the LEDs is that they work so well with rechargeable batteries - even in below zero weather that would affect regular batteries. And with all the use I get from the little solitaire, just running on one AAA Duracell rechargeable, I only have to charge it about once a month.
The downside to LEDs is that now, I have a bunch of incandescent bulb flashlights that rarely see use anymore.