Released version 1.2:
Fixed Elder Scroll (Dragon) display
(requires cleaning the save...see instructions in description)
This...was fun! The fix ended up being super simple; however, the information needed to be gathered to find out if the fix would not cause any other issues was fun. A big shout out to Kryptopyr and RobinHood for helping me! The fix was to simply change the item the display was referencing. However, there was some misinformation on the UESP that was causing some confusion. This information stated the original elder scroll (formID: 0002D513) was not only renamed, but also had its formID changed (xx0126DC) by Dawnguard. After I did some investigating in TES5Edit, something didn't feel right about this. Dawnguard did in fact change the name of the original scroll from "Elder Scroll" to "Elder Scroll (Dragon)"; however, this was done to the original formID (0002D513) from the vanilla game. Dawnguard then had the second scroll (xx0126DC) added as a separate item entirely. I PM'ed a bunch of knowledgeable people hoping that one would find the information I discovered intriguing enough to seek the answer to whether or not Dawnguard was, in fact, changing the formID or not. This information was essential to apply a proper fix.
Turns out, the answer is no. Dawnguard does not change the formID. Kryptopyr and RobinHood discovered that during the DLC1VQElder quest (where you can sell the scroll to Urag), the original scroll is deleted from the game in vanilla Skyrim. The Dawnguard DLC adds the ability to repurchase the scroll from Urag; however, since it was deleted by selling it, the game must create a new one. The new one created has the same formID as the original. If you never, sell it, then this deletion and recreation never happens and the original scroll is used for Dawnguard. So you might be wondering where this other scroll (xx0126DC) comes into play. The answer is, it doesn't. It's never added to the game. The scroll is apparently a leftover in the DLC from testing. So there you have it! The whole story laid out. The original Jaggarsfeld authors most likely made this mistake based off the information on UESP, which has since been edited and corrected as a result of this entire investigation.
*This was also confirmed by Arthmoor when he was able to reply.
Fixed Claw and Paragon display lighting
Added an extra light source to both these displays. There were only one bulb for the displays, however, there are two light sources (wall lights or candles). I added a second bulb and centered the bulbs on their sources. Yay for more realistic lighting!
There's been a lot of complaints about the interior lighting inside the cabin. I added a candledhorn on the nightstand, next to the bed to help add some light. In doing this, I also removed the book that was in this location. It was only there for decoration and since I've changed the decor, the book got the axe. I also slightly brighten the light from the candlehorn stand in the corner by the bookcases.