I've been running a set of PIAA 1100x aux lights. Honestly, of all the bad things that I've done to that F798GS, I've only needed to replace one bulb. Background on the quandary So why the "high-end" requirement? I am apparently the kind of person that has accepted the fact I can break anything. I started the quest for new lights a few weeks back, and while it's been honest feedback I won't put up with LEDs that are fogging, LEDS that are wired in series, LEDs modules that need to be replaced more than my underwear. Why replace my "nirvana". Ironically, I've fallen in love with the lights. However, I am bit amperage limited and the PIAAs are pulling down 110Watts. Between the GPS, the heated jacket and gloves, and the PIAAs it just too much current draw. Other Material solutions: Most might say the easy solution is to just decide what I want to run and turn something off. I borrowed a page from the US play book, and I refuse to negotiate with those things holding me hostage (e.g. lack of available amperage). The top contenders PIAA 1100xLED 24W $400 Pros: Probably the easiest install of the three, as I can reuse the brackets. I like the current look/form factor. And I have yet to bust them off in a fall. Symmetrical pattern. Cons: The backwards installation of the LEDs (reflector facing technology) seems unique, and maybe a good reason they do it? Somewhat hard to source, going out of business? BMW Take Off (Police) 45W/3.5A Pros: Given required user, probably a decent light Cons: Not a lot of reports on them; Looks goofy $395 Clearwater Glenda 24W 1400 Lumens Pros: Close form factor to PIAAs, reportedly indestructible, Usa made $500 The question: Any thoughts/comments that would clearly make or break any of the above? Other high-end lights that would be in this same ball park?