not sure if your interest in LED headlights is specific to Australia/New Zealand due to laws, but I learned a few things about LED headlights when I switched over (here in the US east coast). I have had LEDs on my '08 Vee for about 4 years now. I like that they are bright and white -- both in being seen and in seeing. But I do not like the immense scatter of light from an LED bulb. Since the canister holding the headlight was built for a regular bulb and built to direct/aim that light, the LED scatter of light is not directed like the OEM bulb was. I searched long and hard for a plug 'n play LED bulb that had a flat cutoff so as not to blind oncoming drivers. I found a set but had to crank the adjuster to its full limit so the cutoff line on the LED was showing up where it was for the OEM bulbs. With all the time and miles I have had on these LED headlights, I can remember only one driver turning his highbeams on coming at me. One out of thousands. Even police haven't bothered me. My local inspection station is OK with them. But due to the scatter not be directed the way I really wanted, I added LED driving lights and hung one off each side of the handlebars. I've had these on the bike for over 2 years now. These are significantly brighter and the light is directed much better since they are made as LED lights and not an LED bulb replacing an incandescent bulb. I have the driving lights set at 10% and they are as bright as my headlight LEDs on low beam. Rather than run the driving lights through the highbeam switch, I have an aux switch that will just take them to 100% power when I turn the switch. I use the driving lights at 100% as my highbeams, but never when there is on-coming traffic. So, I like the LED headlights but they just don't have the down range distance I would like. I think that is due simply to the canister being made to direct the light from the OEM incandescent bulb and not an LED replacement bulb. Between the LED headlights and the LED driving lights, I get the distance, brightness and coverage that I like for night riding.