I've been given the OK to put a pin in the break room at work, so I'm putting in a Williams Road Kings. I've scrubbed it with Magic Eraser and have gone to town with the Novus 2. Now I'm at the point where I'm trying to decide what kind of bulbs to use. I really want to make a good impression, so I want it to really POP. However, it's also possible that this thing could be turned on at the end of the day on Friday and stay on straight through until Monday - or longer if I'm out of the office.
I guess what I'm wondering is what kind of bulb setups would you guys use if you had a machine in a semi-controlled non-home-use state. I'd like to use 44's where possible, but I also want to minimize any heat damage that results from being left on too long. So here are my questions. If you were in my position, what bulbs would you use on each of these areas?
Backglass: The backglass for Road Kings is less painted glass and more like plexiglass. Do 44's have any adverse affect on this material over 47's?
General Illumination: I'm pretty sure the GI should be 47's, since the plastics that sit over them are pretty susceptible to heat damage.
Feature Lamps: It's possible the machine could be in attract mode for 48 hours straight over a weekend (or longer). Is there ever a case where 44's in feature lamps that blink for that long could still have adverse effects?