Just back from Trenton where I saw tons of BMW's having those little micro-brite lights mounted to their forks down by the front wheel. I personally didn't care for the lights or the mounting location. I thought the PIA 520's were really sharp looking but got this song-and-dance from the CBT imports guy who claimed that there was no good way to mount them on an R1100GS. Well, I looked at every R1100GS on the grounds at Trenton with auxillary lighting and spoke to as many owners as I could. There were several with the PIA 520's mounted to a variety of different manufacturers aluminum bars that bolted to the bottom of the oil coolers. Then spoke to a guy who actally manufacures one of these bars down in Florida. he claims that his bar is lightweight and has a huge advantage over the sturdier bar because if you go down the bar will sanp off as opposed to the bottom of your oil cooler with those sturdier bars. I thought this solved my problem until I talked with a guy who sold lighting for 12 years. He didn't care for the 520's from a perforemance standpoint and asked me why I wanted to add lights to my bike? I told him that I don't ride a lot at night but when I do I live near "deer alley" so basically I am looking to improve my daytime visability AND put out more light to the sides of the road after dark. He suggested Hella's mounted on my wunderlich crash bars, a white one on the right for visibility (we drive on the right in the US) and a fog/yellow on the left. Sounds extremely logical. Wanted to hear the collective thoughts of the asylum on this. Thanks for your time and input.