Here is a quick comparison of different types of P60 reflectors on a XM-L. I thought it might be useful to anyone interested in different types of beam patterns, building their own modules, etc.
Shots are underexposed to show the hotspot better, light is about 0.5m away from the wall.
1) Solarforce XP-G SMO
2) Solarforce XM-L SMO
3) XP-G OP (modified)
4) Thrunite XM-L OP
5) XR-E OP
6) XR-E SMO
1) Solarforce XP-G SMO Reflector
Good amount of throw due to the deeper reflector from the Solarforce module. There is one transition step from hotspot to spill.
2) Solarforce XM-L SMO Reflector
Highest amount of throw (hotspot lux) I have seen for a P60 XM-L reflector. There is a faint clover/petal pattern from hotspot to spill.
3) XP-G OP Reflector (modified)
Medium beam with decent hotspot. Transition from hotspot to spill is VERY smooth.
4) Thrunite XM-L OP Reflector
Very floody beam due to the short reflector depth. Large fuzzy hotspot with lots of spill.
5) XR-E OP Reflector
Floody but useful beam. Hotspot is decent and lots of spill.
6) XR-E SMO Reflector
Similar to XR-E OP but with higher lux/intensity. The transition from hotspot to spill was interesting, almost like a bullseye target.
XR-E reflectors for floody beam, XP-G reflectors for medium beam. Irreguardless of reflector choice the XM-L in a P60 form factor will be floody in nature due to the larger emitter size.