Power Practical’s latest addition, the Luminoodle Professional line, offers true white lighting, something that RBG setups typically struggle with, though if you’re not worried about that you can get their lights on your TV for as little as $10.
One of the weird quirks of bias lighting is that most options turn on whenever your TV does, including middle of the night firmware updates. Luminoodle’s bias lighting has a remote to shut it off if/when you need to.
One of the weird quirks of Power Practical products is that while their remotes are very responsive, everything uses the same signals. This is great if you want to control multiple products at once at a campsite, but you can imagine scenarios where you might want to turn off your headboard lighting but not your bias lighting.