I have tried many different very bright halogen bulbs mainly from Sylvania.
They all burned out days after installation. I think the new bulb design just get too hot and can't cool off, causing them to burn out.
The AUXITO H4 9003 LED Headlight Bulbs 80W 16,000LM required a little more effort to install because of the wire harness coming out of the back of the bulb at a 90 degree angle. The stock rubber seal that goes at the back of the bulb to keep water and dirt out of the headlight assembly wasn't designed to accommodate the wire harness. You just have to take your time and work the rubber seal over the wire harness for a good fit and seal.
The rubber seal does fit nicely at the back of the bulb to accommodate the cooling fans for the LED's.
There was no set screw or allen wrench to tighten the LED portion so it doesn't turn on its own like the directions show. But it is a snug fit using an "O" ring in the design, and doesn't seem like it will turn on it's own. So far so good.
You also have to be a little creative in securing the driver and wire harness to existing wires etc. in order to protect the driver from vibration and harness from chaffing. Four zip ties where provided with the bulbs to accomplish this. All in all this was not difficult to do.
The box the LED's came in was very professional and protected the LED's perfectly. Delivery time was at a minimum. The price was comparable to the brightest halogens on the market. But I did find the same LED's on e-bay for $50 via $70.
The LED headlights have a very bright lighting, but a different look than the halogen's. The lighting is not as even and as smooth of a transition. Kind of spotty. This is the characteristics of after market LED's via halogen bulbs. It is something to get use to, but I prefer the LED's over halogens. The LED"s high beams are great and there is no unevenness over the beam pattern.
I do recommend shinning the old headlights on your garage door and making a mark on the door with tape at the top of the low and high beam pattern to compare with the new LED's. You may need to adjust the headlight housing so the LED pattern is't too high. You don't want to blind oncoming traffic with just you low beams.
I have been using the LED's for almost two months and I am very satisfied, and would recommend them to anyone looking for better lighting that may be having problems with halogen bulbs burning out like I was.
There is a question of whether or not LED's are DOT compliant with your vehicle and in your state. It is considered a modification to your stock headlights to change the bulbs from halogen to LED's if the car did not come with LED's from the manufacturer.
Sorry, headlight pic's are not at night, but trust me the lights are very bright!! I will be getting LED's for the rest of my vehicles!