ryans The difference between halogen and incandescent is just the gas that is used inside them--argon, halogen, nitrogen, krypton, xenon. The gas for halogen bulbs lets the filament burn a little hotter, that's why it looks slightly whiter, but the technology is the same for all, just a current through a filament. So that package you're looking at, it's not that they put in electronics (there aren't any), it's just that due to the hotter gas, it doesn't need as much energy to generate an equivalent amount of lumens. So that package says 400 lumens. 1 lumen is 1 candle.
They did ban halogens in Europe, and also the US too unfortunately. This means, you need to stockpile, the stocks won't be replaced. If you don't stockpile you will still be able to buy them from Canada, Mexico, etc. but that's more hassle.
Some bulbs will always exist, I am skeptical there will be LEDs inside ovens for example.