Like I said in the other forum....
Don't go with it if it only comes with an 8,000k HID kit. You could always swap the bulbs later for 4,300k. 8,000k may look brighter, but they're actually not. Trying to drive with "blue light," especially in fog and rain, will make driving at night very unpleasant. Based on my research, the Gen 4 Depos are the best aftermarket halogen projectors, but don't expect night and day results. It's doing research on Google and HID Planet, comparing output shots, watching YouTube videos, and asking questions that convinced me to retrofit. It's retrofits that will get you very close, if not better, to the performance of HID systems on luxury cars. You can't get NEAR that by sticking an HID kit in your reflector housing or buying a set of projector headlights that were designed for halogens.
Let me break down the performance.
*HID Kit in Stocks < Halogens in Stocks < **Aftermarket Projector Headlights < Retrofit with Mini H1 Bi-Xenon Projectors < Retrofit with FX-R Bi-Xenon Projectors
*Sticking HIDs in a reflector housing designed for halogens WILL result in excessive glare and improper light distribution. People often aim their headlights "down" reduce the intensity to oncoming drivers. This also results in "too much" light up close and not enough in the distance.
**Some aftermarket projector headlights may perform better than others, depending if they are Gen 1, Gen 2, Gen 3, or Gen 4 models. Sticking HID kits in these projectors, which are obviously meant for halogens, may or may not improve the overall performance and proper light distribution. Excessive foreground light may result in difficulty seeing in the distance where the majority of the light is needed.