Yes really. I’m not here to argue with you though. You pretty much stated the exact issue I was trying to point out. Tall plants indoors are the first sign of weak light intensity. I never said your light, or any other light for that matter, won’t grow weed. In fact, I said exactly the opposite. They all grow weed to some extent. More light=more weed. More light per watt= more weed for less money. The lumens, lux, and ir of your light actually do very little to develop your buds. Lumens and lux are both photometric measurements that measure weighted to a wavelength that the human eye responds to. Coincidentally, that wavelength does very little to nothing for plants. And ir will only really develop buds in the absence of red light. Ir biggest contribution can be found via Emerson effect.
I agree 100% it’s cheaper to grow outside.
Solar is the way to go. As some members here already know, I literally work in the renewable energy field. And have installed two residential solar banks. You meant to type 2700 watts correct? You can do that for $6000 probably a little less. But that’s 2700 watts per hour, not constant flow. And they definitely don’t produce energy in the dark. You can buy a battery bank to store some of that energy for an additional few thousand bucks. But then you have to account for not only the energy your drawing but the energy to charge batteries. The solar option isn’t Terribly difficult, but you’re not going to run a very large grow off grid for $6000. On grid is a different story, because you always have the backup of line power if you need it.
You and many many others are perfectly content with what you have, nobody especially me is going to argue that. And not every light that cost more is a good value. But you 100% without a doubt get more out of your grows with more lighting, up to the saturation level anyway.