there are any number of manufacturers if want to spend extra money and get something a little more stylish ...i would say just go to your local lighting supply warehouse ... there are only 4 parts to a light fixture:
the bulb (you choose..)
the reflector - the science
the housing - the look
and for fluorescent/hid - the ballast.
starting in the cold and running quite are just a quality of a good ballast. i have very good ballast, in my "cheap home depot" housings... and i put very good color (not the cheap) lamps. that why when people see my garage lit up they saw "wow - this looks great!"
also consider mixing fluorescent with halogen spots if you want a "higher end, retail look". looks cool - assist with color, breaks up light patters etc...
groits - as usually is not forthcoming with specs or manufacturer of that fixture - i would hope for the price its "lithonia / copper" competitive in quality...
i would never have exposed bulbs in shop - i would assume a fixt. like that comes with (or you will get) plastic sleeves for the bulbs. i prefer full (lexan) fixt. covers
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