I have a 1998 GT convertible. My daughter was driving it recently and got lightly hit in the front , so I decided to replace the stock headlights with an after market kit from Late Model Restoration Supply (LMRS). The first set I ordered came with a broken adjuster. It was broken off of the headlight shell, so could not be repaired. They sent another kit (the wrong one, but it still looked good) which the body shop subsequently installed on the car. The light kit is the Black Beauty Ultra-Clear kit. They look incredible on the car, but they are GARBAGE!! They produce about as much light as my halogen mag light flashlight, they're difficult to adjust laterally, they leak water like a sieve, and now I notice that the silver reflective coating inside the left one is flaking off, leaving the bare yellow plastic as a "reflector". The lights are less than two weeks old, for point of reference. LMRS will take them back, so I'm OK with LMRS. I thought about going with OEM stuff from Ford to avoid further headaches, but I'd like to dress up the car a little more than just OEM stuff. Anybody out there use an after market kit that actually works, you know, that actually produces useable light and doesn't look like the inside of a green house on a winter day? I'm not too concerned about cost (obviously if I'm going OEM), but I do want quality. Does that even exist in after market kits? Thanks for wading through the above. All advice is welcome.