I'm a big fan of hanging shop lights, and I like the fluorescent form-factor. I get them with cords on them.
I have a very cheap way of doing that.
Fluorescent lights like that are practically being given away on Craigslist. I grab them, and swap out the ratty old magnetic ballast for a spiff new electronic ballast from a top vendor like GE, ($12-25) that is designed for T8 fluorescent tubes. Then I fit modern top-brand (Sylvania) T8 fluorescent tubes with 90 CRI, which in 36 quantity are only $2 each or so. The light quality is unbelievable and there's plenty of it. And everything in the light is first-rate and I know it'll last a long time.
While I'm at it, I also change the typically very short cord to a nice long one.
The typical tube takes 32 watts each, but if you choose a ballast factor that is higher or lower than that, just multiply by the ballast factor. I notice someone on eBay is selling GE 0.71 ballast factor programmed-start ballasts for $5 each... sweet ballasts except for being only 71% of normal brightness.
If you really want to go LED, you can do that too, but I recommend built-for-purpose LED fixtures, I am not a fan of LED replacement "tubes" for fluorescent lights. You can do that, but it's more expensive and I don't believe it's as high quality honestly. If you do that, definitely get "free-ish" fluorescent fixtures off Craigslist, and rewire them for "Direct wire" LEDs so you bypass the ballast altogether.