actually I would use something along the lines of these
Yes, they are not a simple plug and play but if you install them with brackets that are adjustable then aiming them really isn't that hard. (you air them and get them the way you want them before you reattach the front lense.
Note, ballasts, blubs, and any shield for asthetics are not shown in that picture.
making custom ccfl, wont that be a pain?
Not all angel eyes are cold cathodes or similar. If you have your headlights appart, have a heat gun, and a dremel angel eyes are really easy. Start with some of the clear round or sided curtain rod. Then heat it up just enough to become bendable and bend it around a jig. When that is done you can bend the bottoms back into the housing to allow for LED lighting. Then cut slots in specific widths appart into the now round rod. These slits are what will glow.
pretty easy. and a LOT cheaper than CCFL'*