Some like the lights, some like "O'natural"
Once you have decided to go with an artificial Christmas tree, you still need to choose between a prelit tree or one that is unlit. There are pros and cons on both sides but there is no one right decision for everyone. Different people have different preferences, so the issues that are most important to you will help determine whether you should go unlit or prelit with your artificial Christmas tree.
The nice thing about prelit Christmas trees is that you don't have to struggle with yards of tangled tree lights. The strands have already been permanently strung onto the tree, so there is no hassle after the holiday season when it is time to take the tree down, and you can get straight down to the business of decorating the tree when it is prelit. With the lights professionally attached, you will never step back after decking out your artificial Christmas tree and notice that the lights have been distributed unevenly.
The most common objection to opting for a prelit tree is that when one bulb burns out, the entire tree will go dark, defeating the entire purpose of having a prelit tree. Typically, bulb burn-out occurs long before the tree itself starts looking tatty, so you are left with a perfectly good artificial tree that has lights on it, but you're back to square-one having to string more lights. Plus, the burned out lights will still be noticeable.
TreeTime has the answer to the prelit/unlit dilemma. They offer both, but you are more than covered when you go with the prelit option. That's because all TreeTime lights have commercial-grade long-life. Additionally, ProTime light systems were developed so that one bulb becoming loose, burning out, or breaking will not affect the rest of the string. Unlit or prelit, whichever you choose, you'll love a TreeTime tree.