My personal take on a set of Rigid Industries SAE LED fog lights I recently installed on my armada:
The GOOD: The output of these SAE LED fogs are exactly as advertised. Perfect for on-road driving, which is 99% of where I drive since I'm in NYC. The cutoff is on point and has a wide, flat beam without blinding oncoming traffic. Compared to the retrofitted Morimoto XB fogs I installed last summer, these Rigid lights definitely have a stronger light output. The color hue is a near perfect match to the Philips Ultinon D2S 6K bulbs I use in my retrofitted headlights.
The BAD: As we all know, the price for Rigid Industries' products are some of the most expensive when there are similar, aftermarket options available at a much lower cost. I still have a set of LED pods I purchased from eBay almost two years ago that are still fully functional which cost less than $50 shipped.
The UGLY: This could be an isolated incident, but Rigid Industries has yet to respond to my email/complaint. I ordered the SAE LED fog lights from an authorized dealer, which was shipped directly from Rigid Industries. When I opened the box to inspect the lights, I found these were previously purchased/used/returned to Rigid and sold/shipped to me as a new set. The body of the lights had chipped paint around the outside mounting points, the brackets were loose in the box, and the hardware in a taped up plastic bag. Although the wiring harness wasn't used, it was already removed and left in the same, ripped open bag. Completely opposite of the Titan mount kit and yellow lenses which were sealed and shipped directly from Rigid as well. Considering the price of the fog lights, I was not expecting this and disappointed that I haven't heard back from Rigid.