No I don't any more.
I had a few but for some reason they did not last long, and I have had no need to replace them as I now have a small yard and I can light it well at night if I need to go outside.
Also my front area is very well lit as I am under a lamp post!
Well, not literally but the lamp post is right outside my drive so I do not need solar lighting in this house.
We have a few dotted around the garden. I must check if they still work when the weather improves. I usually replace the dud ones once a year when I see them on sale at Bunnings. They usually have them on sale in December, so the garden looks nice for Christmas.
My husband is a bit of a lighting nut. If I talk about a new garden project he immediately starts planning the lighting. He has positioned lights throughout our garden and they look beautiful. Most are low voltage but we have a four security lights that are on motion detectors and are solar. They are very good and light a path ,our gate , chook shed and back yard with a bright light. We have a potting shed and an outside toilet that are powered by solar panels as well. I think in total there would be an extra 7 solar lights for these building - some inside and some out. Solar lights are getting better all the time. We try to buy good quality, I don't know how good the cheaper ones are.
We've solar lights in ths front garden and they do look good. Also have coloured flashing lights around the roof of the gazebo which we can change to static if we wish but I like looking at them every time I open the front door to let the cat in or out.