Hello everyone, new here on the forum. Just picked up a 2011 Prius II three weeks ago to offset the high gas prices. I never leave any of my cars stock so found Priuschat to get ideas for some mods. Surprised to see so many of you modding the Prius :rockon: Anyway, I didn't want to go too crazy (i.e. lowering/wheels) since my other cars are all lowered and I didn't want to deal with that on my daily driver. Just did subtle mods to help me enjoy driving the Prius daily. First thing I did the morning after picking the car up was to tint the windows. Prius has HUGE windows and a lot of heat was getting in. I went with 35% all around with 3M tint. Didn't want it too dark. Also had the visor done on the windshield. Next thing I did was pull off the hideous hubcaps to find the sporty looking OEM wheels under. I ordered OEM Yaris Center caps on ebay from Thailand, and they snapped on just perfectly. Then I got the HIC USA window deflectors. Lets me roll the windows down in the rain to get some fresh air in. I also did the "DIY Lip" using garage door lining from Home Depot I also changed out the background on the toyota emblems from black/blue to red. Finally, I changed out the headlights to 6000K HID's. I got the HIDextra slim black H11 kit with the relay and did it myself (1 hour) using threads I found here. While I was in there I switched out the Parking Light to the SuperBrightLED white Festoon bulb. The HIDextra kit works great, was inexpensive and the cutout looks sharp. Only thing I didn't like was that the 6000K looks a lot bluer than the 6000K on my 911. It looks more like 8000K. I would probably go with 5000K next time around. I also got the Priuschat OEM style fog light kit. I wrapped the lens in yellow lamin-x to prevent rock chips, and also replaced the stock bulb with a Luminics H11 JDM yellow bulb to contrast with the 6000k HID and to provide some better lighting. I had the fog light kit installed by a local shop in about an hour. Only gripe with the fog lights is that they're aimed a bit high for fog lights, but the overall quality and build is great and really feels OEM-like. That's it for this car, just going to enjoy the MPG now. This forum has a great wealth of knowledge, you just have to learn how to use the search button. I did all the mods myself with the exception of the fogs which looks like an easy DIY, just didn't want to deal with it.