I found the link to Art Hobson's selected papers a while back and added it to my favorite Physics Links, but if you've missed it, it might be very educational and useful for you to look at it. He covers quite a bit of material that you might find interesting. One in particular is his treatise on the so-called wave-particle duality or paradox. Read that, and compare that with what I had written earlier about his wave-particle duality. I think we both are of the agreement that there's no such thing as a paradox or a duality, since ALL of the phenomena associated with light can be described via a single-consistent theory without having to change a picture from "wave" to "particle" and back to "wave". This is not the sign of a "duality".
There are other great essays to read on that page.