I figured some people would be interested to see a realistic example what the full spectrum of light can do when done properly....by full spectrum, I mean every angle covered....low and close, wide, distance, high up, etc. The lighting on my rig is as follows....
Headlights: HID Projectors @55W with 6000K bulbs (burn with the color of 4300)...
Fogs: OEM housings with 3000K (ion yellow) HIDs @35W
Winchmount: 10" Aurora LED Combo beam
A Pillars: Rigid Industries Dually D2s in driving beam.
Windshield: Aurora 300W (now available in 500W as well) spot beam only 50" dual row bar.
All the lights on...
Its very hard to quantify the scale of this photo (distances, etc) but generally speaking, distance straight ahead of the jeep where you would have usable light would be about 3/4 of a mile on a clear night. "Daylight" range would be about 1/4 mile. Width would be about 1/8th mile of "daylight range" and about 1/2 mile of visible light.
I know many people love to see charts and graphs, but IMHO, those are completely useless when you are looking to purchase a lightsource. What you need are pictures that show effective range and what you actually see. The above photo was taken in Arches National park well past sunset. The area was 100% completely pitch black.
Here are some videos that illustrate the lights, but keep in mind, the iphone greatly drops the exposure down so the actual light is far brighter.
If anyone has any questions or wants to know any other info about any of my lighting, feel free to ask anything and everything.