I always like using an extra light when I'm on the farm trails or in bad weather. I drive for the local hospital in bad (snow) weather, so I like my lights down low and produce enough to not blind someone, but safely see more than OEM lights.
The company also sells amber lens covers, which I bought. I like the amber/yellow color for fog, etc... Bright white light just lights up the snow flakes that fall when driving.
SBL (SuperBrightLeds) not only got me my order delivered fast, but when I realized I bought a fog light and not the combo, they RMA'd the order, paid for return shipping, and no charge to restock the unit. Talk about customer service, even when I was the one that made the mistake!
This video shows an accurate representation of the light production. No need for me to take a pic, when their video is accurate. Lots of light, and what looks like a durable fixture.
As soon as I get more night time around here, I'll eventually get a pic and upload it here. Meantime, for $90 (not including the amber covers, which were about $15 for the pair), I think this is a great buy. (EDIT: As of 10/7/18, they have a 15% off sale!)
My last Wranlger (2001) had the smaller sized light, and did the job well. I'm hoping this bigger light on my JK will be even better. Might be overkill, but who ever said "I want less power"?? (Tim Allen tool man grunt inserted here, augh augh augh augh augh).