The 'green' movement has finally caught on in the US. No stronger evidence than seeing it used in marketing campaigns on everthing from detergent to light bulbs and automobiles. But have you actually made a product purchase solely because something was advertised as being 'green'? I can't say that I have. At this point I feel that 'green' cars are overprices based on the savings they would yeild compared to a standard version of the same car. Have picked up some CFLs but I actually prefer the old fashioned incandescent bulb. And LEDs are far too expensive. We do recycle extensively and I do compost all yard waste. But so far, we've not modfied our buying habits to specifically select 'green' items. Maybe it will be a matter of time until all products are 'green' or maybe it will be just another marketing gimmick, a passing fad perhaps.