great video, that definitely helps to break it down pretty clearly. I went with white for my top lights since I really don’t see myself using them much in poor conditions. I’m also based in northern AZ (KC headquarters in the town I go to for groceries apparently, learned two things from that video). we don’t get much in the way of rain, fog, or snow here, so mainly just a lot of dust. I don’t travel in convoys so dust in mainly just a problem on my rear hatch. I just want to be able to see our lazy Grand Canyon elk standing in the road 😂 got the lights in today. I went with the Pro level in spot, should be interesting to see how that works. Brackets should be coming in tomorrow or Monday so I’ll hopefully have them installed once I get a day off work again.Also yellow helps in rain/snow/dust/fog. White will reflect back to you and its gonna blind you. Yellow has a longer wave length so refracts less of the air bourne particles so it's easier to see through.