So here's the situation. I have a marineland reef capable led that I've been running for over a year now and the othe day I noticed the plug that plugs into the fixture was very hot. So I went to unplug it and noticed if you move the cord around the light flickers and shorts out. So I pulled out the plug and the little plastic fitting on th plug has melted partially. \r\n\r\nSo I'm either going to call marineland (their hold time is greater than 30 mins right now) or just get a new light so I don't have this happen again. I would like a better quality light anyways. Problem is I don't have the funds to dish out for a fancy fixture and it's only for a ten gallon so I don't wanna spend a ton anyways. I was thinking a par38 bulb from rapidled with 80 degree optics. \r\n[url=http://www.rapidled.com/12-led-par38-bulb-mixed-color-with-uv/]12 LED PAR38 Bulb (Mixed Color with UV) - Rapid LED[/url]\r\nWould this one be okay to cover the whole 10g with no worries? Or is it going to spotlight?