well i have been working on this project for a while now. i want to create an led retrofit for my foglights. every idea i have stumbled upon, i have found faults with. my main concern is functionality. i want these to look good AND serve a purpose. for example, i have found pictures of a BMW that a guy placed 30 super flux leds per side in. you can see from the pics that there is an extreme amount of glare and light bouncing everywhere. you can also see on the wall shot how the halogen bulb has more "throw." then me and a friend of mine came up with this idea. we thought that we can use a projector housing and mount the leds on the cutoff shield facing the back of the housing. i semi-tested this idea out. but i placed the led at the back of the projector, where the hid bulb would normally go in at, and have the led shine outward. it created a weird output. it was too difficult to even put the led inside much less, mount them on the cutoff shield. so this is where im needing help. the only other plan would to be make the housing itself into a projector. i mean to take the oval housing i currently have, and make a cutoff shield to mount on it. then mount my leds on the back of it in my original plan. here are pics of the stock foglight housing. just to give an idea here, if im not mistaken halogen bulbs create 1200lm, hids create 1700lm, and i would say the BMW in the pictures above would be 40-50lm. i found leds that i would like to use. i would put 2 leds per foglight at 750-800lm each. should be nice and bright if i can take advantage of all that light and focus it down and outward instead of just bouncing everywhere. any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated!