Alright, I have an update for you guys.
First off, this wasn't as easy as i had expected it to be.
Here'* what I ran into.
First off, the retention spring doesn't fit right over the bulb socket:
Notice how the bulb is at an angle. It will take some effort, but you can get it to work eventually.
In the same picture, you'll notice that the butt of the bulb is a lot longer than the standard H3 bulb, which causes a clearance issue with the cap that'* supposed to go on top. I ended up covering up the hole with electric tape for the time being until I can figure out a more permanent solution.
In addition, finding a place for the ballast can be a challenge, at least in my situation. I had to fit both a headlight and foglight ballast for each side, and they *BAREY* fit behind the passenger head light, and don't fit at all behind the driver head light. With a bit of thinking though, I figured out a way to do it. I'll take pictures of that later.
Another annoyance is that since the cap doesn't fit over the bulb like before, you need to find something to do with it since the socket is part of it. I just covered the whole thing in electric tape, which should work for a few years.
That'* about the only trouble I had. Overall, the performance is amazing, and the look is pretty badass as well. When used alone they're brighter than the stock headlights are by far, and when combined with the HID head light kit I have, the lighting power is excellent. Overall, I'd say this mod is definitely worth it, even despite the issues I ran into. The last thing I need to do is adjust them so I don't blind everyone, and I should be getting you guys some pictures.