I opted for the cheap light bar, because I couldn't afford the Rigid stuff. I'm sure it's better, but for now this one will do. I also went with the Rough Country windshield mounts.
The mounts were a little tricky to get on. I particularly had problems with the bottom inside bolt. It wasn't long enough, so i had to remove the washer to get it to grab and tighten.
The Mautotuning light bar is decent, but it's longer than it states. I think it's more like 52" so it was tight mounting it, but it did fit. You can sort of see the gap from the mounting bracket being pushed out.
I went to Lowes and replaced the hex-key bolts that hold the light bar to the mounting brackets and used an extra washer to get a better hold on the light bar. since there was the gap.
From a distance you can't really tell there is a gap.
Overall, I'm happy with it. It's bright on the trails and it's solid. I did have to do the foam trick to get rid of the whistling, which is really more of a harmonic horror film sound.