Hey guys. I got a few questions about aftermarket lighting and which way to go. This is my first NEW vehicle, its a 2010 with about 4200mi so I wanna do it right and NOT damage the rig. My family has a farm/property about 6 hours away in the middle of NOWHERE WVA. I'm talking back country, mountain roads. Cliffs, deer, animals, fallen trees, random nasty snow storms etc and I visit there a few times a year. Hopefully more with the huge increase in mpg from my Jeep to the Silverado. My truck does not have fogs. My wife is 4'11, and I needed the power seat more so then fogs, and price was a concern. Anyway, the oem lighting is phenominal compared to past vehicles, but I am worried about mountain fog/snow/rain at night with the low beams so high up. I have a set of Hella 500FFs laying around from my Jeep. I'm trying to figure out the best way of installing these without hacking the truck. So far the best I can come up with is behind the grill, but the plastic tabs at the bottom on the inside of the grill prevent the fogs from sitting level on those 2 brackets with holes in front of the radiator. I thought about making 2 brackets and using the bolts inside the hole in the bumper, but I don't want it rubbing the chrome. Anyway, I was thinking about maybe making 2 pieces of metal/wood/something to move the lights back just a smidge and get out of the way of the tabs. Has anyone done anything like that? Would some wood laying around from a deck fix (1in thick) hold those lights or is purchasing some steel stock necessary? My other question is for bulbs. Hella 500FFs use 55watt H3s. I have had 100watt H3s in them for 1.5 years with no ill effects. So, should I just buy some "jap spec" 100 watt YELLOW H3s for imports on the web for $17, or should I do a cheap 3000k H3 HID set up in them? Regardless of bulb, these are ONLY going to be for poor weather back road driving, as fogs are meant for. Maybe for extra lighting in the fields at night. I don't plan on using them every day. I appologize for the long post (my fingers feel your pain, typed on a cell phone), and really appreciate any responses. I wanna do this right, not hacked. I do have a new switch, fuse circuit, relays, relay holders, 12GA wire etc. All laying around to make a NEW, 12v battery fed, relay operated circuit for these lights.