Ill have a biased opinion, because we offer some too.
The two Best Vendors for Game specific kits, IMO, is Pinballbulbs and Cointaker.
Both offer their view of what is best exactly for your game with detailed instructions.
Both Companies are run by some of the best people in Pinball, how will help in any way you need
to reach your goal. You cant go wrong with either, and posts will come sharing ones preference from
one Vendor to another.
At Comet Pinball, we take a different approach.
All kits will give you a red bulb for a red insert, a green bulb for Green, etc.
The differences are in the color choice for white inserts, and color choice for your GI.
Pictures are often available to help you decide.
Pinballbulbs comes with lighting extras, and I think Cointaker has its additions.
We offer Master and Starter Kits.
As an Average game is 150 bulbs, and kits above offer 1 SMD 5050 bulb,
we have a starter kit of the same 150 bulbs, for $99 with Free Shipping.
This usually will complete most all Sterns, but may fall a few bulbs short for Williams/Bally/Data East.
We offer a Master Kit of 250 bulbs of the same, for $149 and free shipping.
Enough to pretty much do 2 Sterns, and More then enough to experiment and try any colors to see whats best for you,
for any game.
We now offer this same master kit, (with an email...soon on site) in either a slightly lower brightness...a 2 LED for $10
less, and a Brighter kit, using Twin 2835 for $10 more.
If it is your first game, or dont plan on doing many, (and even still) You cant go wrong with a kit from either of these fine companies...Pinballbulbs or Cointaker, and if you want a bit more for your money, or the flexibility to choose some of your colors,
Loose bulbs from either Vendor or myself, will get you an outstanding job.
I am truly happy to recommend any of them....and the posts that will follow, once again, will give you the assortment of public opinion.