Update: Finally, after half a year of waiting, another large update with lots of pictures and information.
1) Auxilliary Lighting
Upon much research, I chose to go with Rigid Industries LED lighting for my light needs. While they are expensive, anything else cannot compare to them. High-End HID lights can compare somewhat to their smaller lights, but LED's have numerous advantages over HID's. LED's need no warm up, have no filament to break, are vastly more efficent, and much more durable. They are, however, expensive. My setup as it stands (lights only, excluding supplies) cost around $475, and thats including the 15% discount I got for a black friday sale on them. A pair of KC lights (approx $100) would come nowhere close to 1/5th of the value/brightness of these lights, but they are better than nothing, and I wish to not develop an elitist attitude. The supplier I bought mine from does have a Rigid Dually kit for $180 IIRC, which is maybe twice as bright as KC's, that I highly reccomend. They're what I have for my reverse/area lights in a flood pattern configuration. I have Rigid D2's in the front for front flood/driving in a flood pattern as well, I have them angled outwards at about a 30* angle, and will shortly
have a 6" E-Series Rigid to put between them in a spot pattern. For those looking for specifications, I will list them below.
Rigid Dually ~15* Flood (D1) - 2600 Lumes per Pair w/ 250 meter beam distance & 15,000cd Peak Intensity
Rigid Dually ~30* Flood (D2) - 5200 Lumens per Pair w/ 250 meter beam distance & 18,000cd Peak Intensity
Rigid 6" E-Series Spot - 2400 Lumens (for one) w/ 600 meter beam distance & 52,000cd Peak Intensity
Okay, so back to the things you came here for; pictures and stuffs.
Box of Fun
Starting the Install of the Dually's on the rear bumper; note the all-important Monster Khaos.
Had to trim the step cover to get the light to fit flush, nothing a pair of shears couldnt fix (No they arent in the med kit anymore haha)
First one installed but not yet tightened down; lunchtime; enjoying some Portillos; best italian beef ever.
Both installed; found out at this point I didn't have the spooled wire I thoght I did, and ran out in my dad's 100-Series LC to get some so I could finish making my extended light harness
Close-Up of Install
Wiring is fun. I stress doing it the right way the first time, use split loom and shrink wrap; it saves you headaches and prevents fires in the long run. Also, BUY A GOOD WIRE STRIPPER/CRIMPER! Don't cheap on one; I highly suggest Klein Tools.
Had to jack the back up some so I could route the harness a little better, couldnt stretch my arm up with it on the floor; if only this was the normal ride height.
From the Side
As you can see, they're pretty incredible lights. Below I'll post a picture and video of my D2 lights on my front bumper.
D2's in Flood
Edit: Added pictures of D2's on front bumper