I don't know about you, but I use CFL lights at home and have for years. However, as I tour homes for sale, more and more homes on market for sale are equipped with LED lights. This is obviously an indication that LED lights are now being produced in scales large enough to be in more and more residential homes. It took years to go from incandescent to CFLs, now the transition appears to be here again.
All you have to do is look outside and see that cities are changing out their street lights to LEDs, so they are obviously the wave of the future. If San Jose is trying to conserve energy and money by replacing street light with LEDs, then why wouldn't homeowners be doing the same?
I started to do a little research into why - besides the economics - LED lights would be better off in your home than the CFL lights.
There is a a lot of information about there, but this video addresses not only the economics of the rationale, but also other important factors like safety, health and environmental ramifications. I think it is a short and insightful and get to the basic understanding and help launch you into the right direction. It certainly has helped me decide I need to start replacing bulbs in my home.
As we live in Silicon Valley, all you engineers out there will want to do your own research and come to your own conclusions, but the link below will at least get you started in the initial search and show you different brands and costs available on Amazon now. You will certainly dig in deeper to get to the ones that you will ultimately purchase.