I hear you. Really, I do. I made sure to aim them down quite a bit, and drove around with them for about a week when I first put them in in April. I only got two people to flash their highbeams at me and both of those occurred when I was cresting a hill and they were coming up toward me. I get flashed with my regular halogens in situations like that anyway. I am not some *** that doesn't give a damn about other drivers, so if I start getting a lot of complaints from oncoming traffic the Xenons will be coming out. Promise. I am not expecting this kit to last very long anyway, and when it craps out I'm going to try the Osram Silverstars. The heat grid on my rear window is flaking off which messed up the ground for my FM antenna, and the Xenons seem to like to add some extra static when they're on so there's a strike against them already.I really like your car, so don't get me the wrong way, but I still believe aftermarket HIDs are waste of money on glare and nothing else. For much less money you can get yourself a million candlepower spotlight and shine it at other driver's eyes for the same effect.
It's very well explained below
but somehow, I have a feeling you've read that already
Every time I even consider the possibility, within next 3-4 hours I pass some, ehmm, "individual" who decided to put HIDs in his 1995 Ford "Exploder" and thinks that blinding everyone is a good idea. That usually cures me for a while.
I'm not trying to be offensive, so don't get me wrong, I just think it's very unsafe and, to be honest, annoying to see on the road. There are so many great upgrades one can do to a 9-5, especially Aero like yours! Aftermarket HIDs is just not one of them...