Substitute bulbs for H11 low beams on Gen III I've searched and read most every thread, 'till my head hurts ... and I'm ready for bed. Seriously, I want to increase the light provided by my low beams, but cannot decipher (lack of engineering bkgd ... don't fully comprehend what I read in some of the more detailed posts) what will best fit my car without much modification and give maximum "seeing ability" Greatest priority: being able to see much better on low beams. Extra light cast to the sides would be appreciated as well. Second priority: keeping it simple. I don't want to change to HIDs, or even (if possible), start running new wires or installing new ballasts [whatever they are ... ] A plug-and-play solution is my goal. Third priority: reasonable long lifetime before needing replacement. Fourth priority: don't want to blind oncoming traffic (I assume that headlight aiming and internal construction of the housing can deliver proper aim) Not priorities: color of light output for appearances sake -- I'd go with green beams if I could see best with them to an extent, price (I'm not looking for the lowest cost solution ... and will pay a reasonable price for the right bulbs), though at some point cost could become prohibitive if other mods are required to use a given bulb legal to use, if that's an issue I'm likely to get called out for by the police One set I ran across is: PIAA 15211 H11 Style Xtreme White 55=110-Watt Bulb - Twin Pack on Amazon at: http://www.amazon.com/dp/product/B00067BVKK?tag=priuschatcom-20 of this makes me wish that I could install my old quartz-iodine lamps which did duty on a 57 MG and later on my wife's Dodge Dart. They lit things up like I just don't remember seeing since. Maybe it's just that my eyes have worsened that much, or my memory is making them better than they really were. Of course, because not a sealed beam, back at that time they were for off-road use only. Thanks for replies & patience.