Mine too. Perhaps this is the change to the Osram emitters that Cindy mentioned in an email to Spiderman a couple of pages back. I wonder if the change is affecting the quality of the beam. My new 7" semi-sealed headlight and new LED bulbs arrived. These ones: As noted previously by Spider these have 3 emitters pointing up into the reflector to provide the low beam and one emitter facing down to add more light when on high beam. One of mine is faulty, all four emitters being on all the time. The other one is good, and works well in my existing headlight. No rotating or other adjustment was required. It gives a really nice strong low beam with a flat cut-off. High beam is a bit disappointing because it is only adding one emitter to the low beam. It's good; the beam is out there in the right place but I would like more punch, and will add a suitable narrow beam spotlight to the high beam circuit. I live in the bush and there are a lot of nocturnal critters with very small brains around. I tried the G6 bulbs in the new headlight and although an improvement on what was happening in my existing headlight, still not good enough. The beam is scattered, and has holes where good strong light would be preferred. It seems that differences in reflector shape might be critical to how these things work. I will do some more experimenting with focus when I get the chance. I don't have a convenient place nearby where I can take some night-time photos showing the beam patterns in a meaningful way. I'll see what I can find. For now I am happy with this light.