Neither do I so basically you are agreeing with my original comment lol! Anyway 'natural'' daylight is anything from 5500k to 7500k, a sunny day being 5500k so you're probably simulating a cloudy day (provided you have high CRI bulbs) Here's a link so you can get the effect just right in your kitchen and bathroom yujiintl.com
You should stop using your phones and pcs with immediate effect then. They the biggest offenders. It seems you the only one who knows about LEDs anyway. And I don't buy cheap LEDs from eBay as they tend to be dangerous most of times from no covers to misleading colour temperature and lumens.
You obviously don't know much about LED's or indeed colour rendering as very few LED's give off anything close to natural light. If you want your kitchen to look like an operating theatre, good for you. A cheap unbranded set of 6500k as Dianne referred to are unlikely to have a high colour rendering index and probably will have an unnatural amount of blue spectrum which could cause irreversible damage to the eyes at worst or eye strain at best, loads of research out there.
I've got 12 in my kitchen for around 4 years now. They ones with glass cover. Only 1 failed so far. I know what you mean about fewer leds design but it didn't really bother me.
We had Eco Light GU10’s in all our fittings but they didn’t really last long (under a year in some cases) especially the 8 in the kitchen. The ones nearest the cooker soon filled up with what I assume was grease from cooking as they weren’t sealed. We also had a couple of others fail, going noticeably dimmer than the rest, I got sick of changing them so I swapped them all out for the e-Luminate lamps. Granted they are a slightly more focused beam and slightly warmer, they’ve all lasted with none of the issues we had with the Eco Lights. Another annoyance with the Eco Light lamps was they were changing the design as time went on, using fewer and different sized LED’s which was really noticeable and annoying looking at mismatched lamps (for me anyway)