Recently I rectified a low beam headlamp deficiency and replaced my 5yr old HID's. http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=674324 Could I leave well enough alone? Heck no! I had a set of 6" PIAA driving lights collecting dust so I decided to convert them to 5000k HID and use them on the bike for long distance road trips and such. I got the HID kit on ebay for $35. Xentec HID I drilled a 3/4" hole in the back of each PIAA case through which the bases of the H3 HID bulbs and wires could protrude. Then I modified pvc pipe caps to run the wires and cover the holes. The reflectors are so close to the outer shells I couldn't risk using sheet metal screws, hence the 6-32 stainless bolts with threaded nylon spacers. I'll paint them black someday. They look mighty funny I know but I don't care. I don't have to leave 'em mounted full time. How do they work? OMG, they're unbelievable! The fog lights are next. I bought a set of Hella Optilux 1100 and ordered another HID kit. I'll post more when it's done. Stay tuned!