It's day two in our holiday decorations showdown, "My Lights Are Better Than Your Lights," where viewers' amazing light displays compete with others from around the country for your votes.
Today, it's the Ostroff family of Margate, Fla., who uses 60,000 lights to create their custom light display. Dad Jeff Ostroff builds all of his own custom light fixtures and synchronizes the lights to music with 144 channels of computerized lighting.
The Ostroff family is facing-off against the Ziemkowskis of Sherman Oaks, Calif., whose wild lights show is a family tradition. The computer-controlled show has synchronized LED lighting, animatronics and video set to a medley of Christmas songs. It's their twelfth year putting on the show in Sherman Oaks, but each year, dad Mike Ziemkowski chooses new songs and adds other handmade touches to brighten the display.
It's up to you to decide which mammoth display moves on to the next round. Vote now using the GMA app on your smartphone or on our Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/GoodMorningAmerica?sk=app_122246199110 , for the house that brings you the most holiday cheer.
On Thursday, we'll show you all the finalists and you can choose the big winner.