Hi: I'm trying to rework a 94 Dakota pickup to significantly improve night vision.I have part of the bezel and buckets to convert the grill, etc. from aero 9004 lights to the small 4x6 sealed beams. The guy I got the parts from had already thrown away the adjusters, springs, and other bezel from a 92 model. He did save the bucket and pigtails. HOWEVER, once I find the parts to make a complete sealed beam conversion (several years base models had them)the plan was to put Cibie or similar 4x6 euro units in, with possibly a relay kit. NOW I notice several E-bay places selling 4x6 JDM H-4 glass headlight kits with PROJECTORS already in the headlight. Several people have suggested that a projector headlamp is the ideal way to use a HID conversion w/out glare to oncoming drivers. Anyone have experience with these units, either w/h-4 or HID units? Once I can find the entire sealed beam conversion, the Cibie lights will be about $100 a pair, the JDM W/projectors are $30 w/ glass lens, and the HID kit w/relay harness less than $70, making the whole kit $100 - same as Cibie. Again, goal is significantly better night vision. I'm also thinking about a new non tinted windshield and a set of LARGE Marchal fog lights.BIG QUESTION: anybody used the projector conversions w/ or w/out HID kits? Comments?