What a nightmare. Instructions say "Remove the socket/bulb assembly from the lights". Huh? The socket/bulb assembly is the lights..oooh they mean remove the socket/bulb assembly from the housing..duh. Mark the center of the caliper cover and "drill a small pilot hole I the center". Hmmm, there is already a pilot hole in the center of the caliper cover. "The final hole will be 7/8". OK off to the hardware store. Back with the 7/8" bit, drilled a really pretty hole in the caliper cover. "Put the light into the hole and bolt it to the cover". Hmmm now I am bolting a "hole" to the cover? Oooh, they mean put the socket/bulb assembly back into the housing, then bolt the housing to the caliper cover, yea right. Guess what, the 7/8" hole is way too small (getting really pixxxed off now). Back to the hardware store for an even larger bit, better buy a new drill motor with a larger chuck too. Home again ready to drill a larger hole, when I realize I can't drill a larger hole because I have no small center pilot hole, remember, I drilled it out to 7/8" (now wishing I had never started this simple project, feeling bad about my butchered caliper covers and missing my hard earned $$$). Back to the hardware store for a file and to return the drill and drill motor with the larger chuck. Hours of filing later I finally have the lights in the housing, the housing bolted to the caliper covers...wow I am ready to mount the caliper covers on the bike. The wiring on the back of LED's is hitting against my brake caliper..hope this does not interfere with the brakes. Oh well, continue on. Finally everything is mounted, wired and ready to test. Key on, light switch on, let there be light!! And light there is, waaaaay too bright!! I mean blinding bright, no more need for fog lights. Now how do I correct this problem? Any ideas for dimming them? I am worn out with this simple installation gone bad, just turn them off and go to bed. And I thought amateur radio products came with poor instructions. Have these people ever installed their product or read their instructions?