I'll have to dig when I get home, I'm not sure if I have ever taken any nighttime shots of the lenses.
The lenses themselves fit really nice inside of the bumper, they look like they were meant for those openings. However, bracketing them in there is moderately difficult because Daimler-Chrysler sure didn't do anyone any favors when it comes to leaving places to intall aftermarket lenses. You will have to do some minor fabrication to get them bolted in place but once you have it done they should work just fine.
The only thing I don't like about the lenses is that they are sealed beam and are 'regular white' bulbs - if you have hyperwhite headlights they won't match and you can't swap the bulbs out.
this is not true, i have a set of angel eyes and i have black headlight covers for my dak and i keep them on with the parking lights at night and just rum my fogs. they are really bright too. i get the highbeam from semi's because my stuff is so bright they are brighter then my headlights so i don't even use then. so sure you cvan run just the fogs with the parking that what i do and i have no problem seeing anything
With the angel eyes, i have them on my Durango, but instaled upside down, like it said on the install instructions on the site posted here, that he had no problems. Well i did figures, so ne sugestions for when i get my new ones how to fix, seal them? or try and mount them upright...with more fabrication :cussing: But other than that they work awsome the main light still works and is really bright, just the halo dont work ne more so its nice that one part still works when the other dont.