Thanks! I just thought of something. My current fan is 80 CFM and the air coming out of it is 107. The TD100 is 100CFM, so it will be pulling the air faster, and each "unit" of air will spend less time around the bulb. So the air coming out of the lamp will be less than 107. Does that make sense? On the other hand, there will be more resistance than I have in the current set-up because I plan to put a filter on the outlet, so the actual CFM will be less than 100CFM. I don't know. I really want that fan because it is good quality and quiet and reasonably priced, but maybe I'm cutting it too close with the teperature limits of it.