I've been able to fake most any light I need (usually going for practicals). Matches? Check. Streetlamps? Check. Flashlight? Check.
Kinos would be damn handy, though. For that matter, straight-up fluorescent lamps of any kind.
The problem with hacking them together is they're a line-source, rather than a point-source, and the diffusion of a line source isn't easy to cobble together through discrete points (and, of course, getting them to act in concert is a chore).
Really, once the line-source part is done the rest of it should be easy - permit them in 2', 4' and 8' lengths, permit them in normal output and VHO, and give them a couple-three color temperatures. A kino bank would then be four bulbs, of which you can turn on two or four.
Fluorescent lights would make things like office environments a lot more realistic to light. Incandescent downlights are pretty and all, but the diffuse miasma you get from overhead 4-bangers is different than the "diffuse" no light setting we have now.
For that matter, any way we could get an augment to the color picker that uses Lee gels or the equivalent?