Hi all - I recently removed a set of denali d2 lights from my KLR650 and installed them on my ninja 250. This left me sorely lacking adequate lighting on the KLR. I was thinking about ordering a few model 30 spots to install up on the D2 fairing mounts. The model 30 because it's a spot and I felt, less likely to blind other drivers. Another option is to install some model 60's, or a model 30 and a model 60. Either up on the fairing or down on the forks (using the screw holes for the reflectors by the brake caliper). I use the klr for 70% commuting to work (dark both ways, usually) and don't want to blind anyone, but I want to be seen, and I want to see. The model 60 is probably *way* too bright for my use, right? I like the idea of 3600 lumens, but without actually having one to test it's really hard to determine just how bright that really is. Any input would be great; I was even thinking about mixing a model 30 spot on the left side and a model 44 on the right side, to get fill and distance, without blinding oncoming drivers (on the left).