I have their lights... very simple table lamps, but do note that they are halogen and will cause a colour cast, as such, correct the white balance in PP by shooting RAW or do a custom white balance prior to the shoot.
ESPRESSIVO is wat I'm using for very simple lighting.
Every lamp gives a colour cast except daylight lamps. I have never tested any daylight, but I actually believe even those are not real daylight, like a flash. Custom WB is always necessary with artificial light. Of course, PS or PP afterwards is a solution but it is better to get the colours right from the start.
Anyway, whatch out for halogen lights, they get very very hot and may set your light box on fire. Also, depends on the distance and what you plan to shoot, some things like plastic may get some demage from the heat. Halogen lights are IMO very good for photography, the only drawback is the heat they generate. The whole room can be heated up by a few lamps.