I had bought these on a black friday sale from the retro fit source. I have another vehicle that I did a full projector retro-fit splitting the sealed beams open and everything and was very happy with the quality of the kit and just as important the tremendous support you get from the guys over at TRS.
They will answer each and every one of your emails in a prompt manner, sometimes over the weekend too. The amount of time they put in to make sure you have what you need is incredible and welcoming in this ebay click and wonder where your stuff is coming from world .
Packaging photos, taking it all out, wiring photos. Drill your dust caps with a 7/8" and the grommets fit good and tight. I did have to notch the holes slightly to fit the large plug through, I chose to notch it slightly over making a larger hole and I'm glad I did. This was easy with a razor knife.
The wire outboard towards the fender for both of my lights was the positive lead, your lights may vary. I used the positive lug right on the fuse block and used a un-used stud a little further back for the chassis ground.
Install took maybe a hour with me taking my time. My goal was to put no holes in the car. I used structural urethane to hold the ballasts in place. I got the ballast mounting location from another thread here but I probably would have chosen the same spot- its perfect for it. The ballasts do come with a little mounting bracket should you choose to go that route.
I didnt have to cut or extend a single wire. I used their very high quality relay kit and currently have the DRL fuse pulled. My plan is to either re-route the fogs to be DRLs or if someone can confirm using their HIDs for DRLs if they have a heavy duty relay kit installed? I mounted the relays where I could see them and used a existing hole next to the headlight. If I ever take off my front bumper for something I may try to tuck it behind there somewhere.
I had read the HID install thread and it can sometimes become too much information to sort through, just going out to your car is sometimes the best course of action and you realize how simple things are.
I did turn the wheel one way, jack up the car a bit, and removed the clips holding the fenderwell liner but didnt remove it all the way. The drivers side was easy- just had to remove my SLP CAI. I routed the wires under the radiator brackets- again easy no tools required no holes. And when its tucked away you cant see anything.