We kind of knew that the Rayzer auxiliary HID Xenon lights, which get installed between your windshield and rear-view mirror, increase visibility on dark roads. This video shows that a) the difference is spectacular when compared to regular high-beams, and b) people will think they are having a close encounter of the third kind when they find you on the road. [VisualEyes]
How are these different from the "smiley face" hunting lights that used to be on top of pickups back in the era of the CB radio? It's the same concept, just a little more riced out.
I could put extra sets of fog lights all over the front of my car for the same price as one set of these things.