Before anyone jumps down my throat, no I did not put them in stock reflector housings. I've been blinded by HIDs in stock housings enough times to know that its dangerous and inconsiderate to oncoming traffic. Anyway I got the DEPO projectors for my 98, the XenonDepot Volt kit that uses OEM style quartz glass bulbs and is one of the highest rated HID kits out there as far as quality/customer service. I also did Philips 9011 HIR bulbs for the hi-beams which are legitimately the brightest halogens you can put in a housing at 2300 lumens. All you have to do to put them in a 9005 slot is clip 3mm of plastic off the top tab and it locks right in. Fogs are going to be Nokya Hyper Yellows as yellow light is the best light for cutting through fog/rain, I just need to get around to fixing my foglight plug under the console that is shorting out and installing those bulbs which is a 30 minute job at most. I will also be installing the Depo clear/amber sidemarkers whenever they come in so they match vs the OEM ones that are in there now. Anyway, pics. Before with Cobra style DEPO housings: Projectors installed: 4300k XenonDepot Volt kit. Makes the old Chinese kit that the PO had in the stock housings look like a flashlight. Cannot describe how bright these things are. First light off: VERY preliminary beam pics... they are badly aimed because I have not had time to properly do it yet but I'll head over to Costco after they close tonight when the parking lot will be empty and I can get a straight shot 25 ft away at a wall on level surface and get them dialed in. You can see that these projectors do provide the right cutoff and I am not going to be spraying light everywhere like you do with reflectors. HIR Hi-Beams: Will post more pics once I get them adjusted better. The right light needs to come down and I need to center them and make sure they are 2" below the actual projector height at 25 ft. I know an OEM retrofit would be the optimal way to do this but for $100 for these DEPO projectors its hard to go wrong price wise. I also feel good that I am going to not only be able to see MUCH better now but I did it the right way that isn't going to blind oncoming traffic.