It's still early days for LED home lighting systems; they're certainly more flexible and, in some cases, efficient than traditional lighting, but for now they're seen as a niche product. Buying off-the-shelf is limited, so usually your choice is to pay for a custom install or build the whole rig yourself; this Instructable goes for the latter, and details a homebrew system that's either controlled by what's on the TV or remotely via the owner's BlackBerry. Make sure to check out the video of the set-up in action after the cut!
This keyboard almost scares me a little, I mean its certainly intimidating to look at. It has too much lighting, I mean there are all the lights and such on the bezel above the keys, and then there are 3 different colors of backlights that can be adjusted in brightness or even mixed in an color combination with the other two colors and then common gaming keys have their own special lighting as well as metal key caps.