Owned 'er just a week, and already had to put my hands all over her. Gotta have her dressed up when we go out LOL. First up was some LED foglights. I have to say that I was impressed with the whiteness of these. Light output is a little more than the stock H13s that were in there, but I opted for the 6000K, as I just wanted some clean white light. Then I moved up to the headlights. Again, LEDs here, though this pic is just a comparison. I'll get back to the LED headlights in a minute.. Then I flipped her over and put my hands on her ass. Back here I swapped in some LED tails. I also threw some Wal mart LED backup lights just to round out it out. Also, the whiter light makes it a little easier to see when backing. (no backup camera...YET.) I also did the rear wiper conversion, and as well, added in an LED third brake light. They had chrome and black..obviously I went with the black. By then I was hungry so I loaded up the kids and went to grab some grub. Before I got too far down the road, I took these. The high beam pic is probably about 25-30 feet past where I took the low beam shot. Needless to say, these babies throw some light. While I was out getting supper, nobody high beamed me or flashed me (not even the ladies...which is a shame...I figured my Expy is now a panty dropper. Apparently not...damn... Low beam: High beam: Also waiting in the wings are strut spacers, some 295/70/18 on black wheels, and some 4600 struts. They ought to be here first of the week. I'll get those on, and after christmas get the front glass tinted, and then start on some electronics upgrades. I really want to get the Pioneer 4600....looks to be a pretty nice unit. Maybe I am on santa's nice list....(yeah right. If I want the 4600 I'll have to get it myself LOL) I'm not so thin skinned that I can't take constructive criticism, this isn't gonna be a hugely lifted monster, it's still gotta haul kids, pull boats, and otherwise at least pretend to be a functional daily ride. Oh yeah, almost forgot. I put a Magnaflow catback under it as well. Still breaking in, but it sounds alright. It's not super loud, which is fine, just has a nice mellow tone. I was told by another member here that with a little more driving time the tone would deepen some. Hell yeah. Wish I'd gotten into an Expy a couple years ago. Just outgrew the Explorers at last, I suppose. Still, I will keep my '06 Exploder, I'm pretty attached to it.