After much deliberation (and many questions to various people. Thank you all), I have placed my LED order with Comet. I have included the order details in a pic below for future reference.
For anyone interested, here is the bulb breakdown:
Jurassic park uses 5 separate bulbs.
#44/47 6.3v bayonet bottom
#555 6.3v wedge bottom
#455 6.3v slow blinking bayonet bottom
#89 13v flasher with bayonet bottom
#906 13v flasher with wedge bottom
Top of the backbox head (all originally clear white):
2 #89 13v flasher bulbs with bayonet bottom and 3 #44/47 6.3v bulbs
Inside the backbox (all originally clear white):
3 #89 13v flasher bulbs with bayonet bottom, 28 #44/47 6.3v bulbs
5 #455 6.3v slow blinking bayonet bottom
Playfield (various colors):
9 #906 bulbs (3 white, 3 yellow, 3 red)
18 #89 bulbs (15 white, 2 red, 1 yellow)
9 #555 bulbs (3 white under yellow pop bumpers, 6 clear white above scoops...3 have green bulb covers, 2 have yellow bulb covers, 1 has a blue bulb cover)
72 #44/47 bulbs ( 20 red, 8 yellow, 9 blue, 2 orange, 7 green, 26 white)
I have been told that comet and cointaker are the brightest bulbs by many people. A couple of pinball restorer friends of mine swear by them. They also have tons of options and are fairly priced. There are cheaper bulbs, but they arent as bright.
Jurassic park will ghost, so you need to get non-ghosting bulbs. Blinkers and flashers dont tend to ghost, however.
I was originally going to color match, but everyone under the sun said it is much darker to do so, and should only be done on worn/cracked playfields. Frosted bulbs were recommended heavily.Screenshot_2019-01-24-23-52-13 (resized).png
The different white bulb options can be tough, i went with sunlight.