Nor is it as cheap.... Thats the orignal point I had. The only way to get a true HID system, thats safe (not burning your car up), legal, has the correct light output, is to spend $$$$. If you could find a set of Insight headlamps and a set of any other car that has HID's, you could theoretically fit them in there. There was a guy on the subie forums that took the "halo" effect HID's from a BMW and modded them to fit in his STi. It ended up costing him ~$2000 but it looked cool and the light output was great. I hate to mod my headlamps without having a spare set... if you mess up you'll end up with really bad lighting at night which is the exact opposite of what we want.