Imgur gallery with all the photos: https://imgur.com/a/oWB6pFF I went with the triple bezel kit from Offroad Alliance. I chose two pairs of Rigid Radiance Scenes for the main lights and a pair of KC HIlites Flex with amber covers for the outside corner locations. This is the link for the product I purchased: https://offroadalliance.com/product...1&_sid=64d02f497&_ss=r&variant=31652320706622 The good: Offroad Alliance customer service is just bizarrely good. They returned my call at 8:30pm on a Friday to answer my questions about lights. Then they emailed me a custom invoice for the products we decided on during the call. During both my phone calls I talked to Chris, and he knows the products forward and backward. If you've experienced Crutchfield's tech support, then Offroad Alliance is the only company I've known to meet or exceed Cruthfield's level of customer service. The lights look awesome. The lights give off insane light output. I actually wish the KC Hilites were not as bright, because I run them all day every day as a DRL. The wiring harness included is high quality. All the parts, the bracket, the lights, the harness--it's all very high quality. The amber backlight on the Rigid Radiance is sweeeeettt! Really wish I could stack 3 Rigids in each side with the bezel look, but alas, you cannot. The not as good: Getting that bracket started on the bumper is a bitch. Have a friend, a beer, and cuss words handy. The wiring harness is made so you can attach a variety of different lights to the end. This leaves a little bit of wiring to be completed by the installer to connect the harness to the lights you chose, which come in their factory box with whatever end they receive at Rigid or KC. So the wiring harness isn't 100% plug and play. It's 95%. But you do still have to finish out the ends. This was a little unexpected for what I considered was a high-end kit. But ultimately, no big deal. I get it, you offer 3,000 different lights. You don't need 3,000 different wiring harness configurations in your inventory. The backlighted Rigids look so good I've considered going with a non-bezel kit to get 6 of them all the way across, and ditching the KC Hilite Flex. But the bezel looks very good--almost factory. And while the backlights look good in low light, they aren't really even visible during the day, so the KC Hilite Flex is better in that regard as a DRL. I go back and forth over which setup I would rather have. But in general you have to choose: Bezel kit with a smaller light in the corner, or non-bezel kit and you can get a full size light in the corner position. At $1025 shipped, the kit is pricey. But it is extremely high quality. Summary: Overall, I'm very pleased, and I'll be going back to Offroad Alliance in the future whenever I need something they sell.