Those fluorescent bulbs are not something you can screw up on in mass production. If a faulty incandescent goes through, it fizzles. When a fluorescent bulb is defective, it can blow up. Mostly because it has electronics in there. They heat up, plus the heat coming from the light source. Those catch fire and the fire can spread.
If it were my choice, I'd keep the incandescent lightbulbs because they don't need to warm up to give their brightest light and they last much longer than the CFLs.