I finally got my 30-SMD LED H11 bulbs in today and decided to take some comparison pics. Most of you were already aware that LEDs in the fog lights don't emit much light, and that's right. Since I got these pretty cheap and they were a newer/better design using brighter SMD LEDs, I decided to pick them up anyways and test them out. This is what I'm using now. Nokya H11 2500K 80W bulbs (not my pic, but the same thing). I had them as left over fog light bulbs after getting rid of my Audi a few years ago. And I don't think they're really 80W, or are any risk of overheating the wires since I ran them for almost 2 years already and they've been running fine in the Prius for the past week now. Here's what I got today. 30-SMD LED H11 bulbs in a 'super white' color. Here's how it looks in the fog light housing. The bulbs are pretty big and it's a tight fit, but still fit fine in there. Here are some comparison pics of how the LEDs look compared to the halogen "2500K 80W" bulbs. You can see the difference in how bright one is. Similar to putting a 'super white' LED into the headlight housing, these are also more blue looking when in the fog light housing. You can see how the ground is lit up in the above pics, and in this pic. When sitting in the car, the Nokya bulbs really light up the road pretty good in the Prius and I can definitely see the difference on the road when driving. With the LEDs, I can't see any difference from the driver's seat when I turn them on. So there you have it. Just some more pics showing that LEDs (even the newer, more powerful & brighter SMD LEDs) are still not as bright as halogen bulbs. Don't get me wrong, these are still very bright when I turned them on, but not nearly effective as halogen bulbs when used as fog lights. And if they were more white looking and matched my LED headlights, I would use them just for looks. Even if I got some brighter LEDs, I still don't think they'll be as bright as halogen bulbs. If you want bright fog lights, stick with halogen bulbs or look into an HID kit (I may get one later, but I'm fine with my setup now).