LED Architectural with ECHO

Hello all,

I'm in the process of putting together an ECHO system for a church that I volunteer at that ties both stage lighting and house lighting together. The main sticking point that I'm having right now is specifying an architectural LED fixture that will dim down to a true zero smoothly. The plan is to use the 0-10v relay for each zone of houselights and I know that the main sticking point is the driver within the fixture.

My basic question is whether anyone has found a driver and possibly a complete fixture that works well to fully and smoothly dim to zero like most incandescent fixtures can. Almost everything LED seems to dim to 10% and then pop off. The ceilings for the space in question are fairly low (8-12') so I would need something with a pretty wide (90-110º) throw and we're shooting for a 3000K color temp with a CRI of 80 or above.

Any help or direction would be much appreciated.