Mods can't seem to get around to approving my posts on the other board, so I'll try here. So the tinkering begins. I'm starting with interior LEDs since that's a mod my wife can go along with and benefit from. I replaced all the interior bulbs and the reverse bulbs with part number WLED-WWHP15-TAC Warm White from superbrightleds, and replaced the brake light bulbs with part number 3157-R45-T Red. The interior went mostly OK (I haven't done the glove box light yet). Only hangup was that some of the terminals needed to be tweaked because the LED bulb contacts were a little thinner. The difference was pretty dramatic. So much so that we decided it would be best to go with the stock bulbs in the front fixture and the LEDs in the rear fixture. The tail light bulbs were a little disappointing. The LEDs ended up slightly dimmer than the OEM bulbs. On the plus side, while the OEM bulbs give the tail lights a pinkish hue, the LEDs project plain red. Finally, though the little interior bulbs were physically much smaller than the OEM reverse bulbs, they projected the same amount of light - no overall improvement and light spread was inconsistent and resulted in the OEM bulbs being mildly brighter from some angles. We stuck with the OEM reverse bulbs. Conclusion: this was a mixed bag. I'd recommend the interior lights highly. The brake lights are only slightly dimmer and I'm comfortable running those until I find something better - perhaps something better suited to the design of the budget-minded housing and it's lack of much of a reflector. Same with the reverse lights. Enjoy! Before and after. The difference really was this dramatic. Yes, I shot the pics the right way. I duplicated the exposures and I used a baseline color temp and applied it to both shots. This is with LEDs front and rear. The fronts have since been changed back to stock. Handheld this shot, so sorry for the blurriness. Red LED tail light bulbs. Stock on the left, LED on the right. This is with the lights on "parking" in this shot. It's a similar difference under braking. No shots of the reverse lights, sorry.