Purchased a 2004 Toyota Sienna LE (halogen) last year. The OEM housings by then leaked and were worn out. The choice was either close to $500 for OEM replacements or $150 for Eagles Eyes "OEM" equivalent (not!).
At the same time I purchased a set of Philips X-treme Vision 9005/9006 to place in the new headlights and took it to my mechanic who does Maryland State Inspections and has a optical aimer to make sure they were adjusted properly. He noticed immediately that the light intensity was much higher than he expected to see (due to the bulbs) and we aimed the lights accordingly.
The pattern of light was never good with these headlights. It shone weird shapes against the wall, seem to throw light where most high beams would throw light, didn't really shine so much light on the road and to boot recently started leaking. I convinced the Ebay company to give me a full refund on the lights and picked up a set of OEM (from a Toyota dealership) that I have had installed (with the Philips X-treme Vision) but have it parked until I can make sure that they are adjusted properly per the optical aimer.
I'm going after Eagle Eyes for the install fee and aiming fee that I paid for a subpar set. I don't even know how they get away with selling their products when they are so far from OEM quality. Is there any group at the DOT or NHTSA that I can get in touch with about this company and their products? I'll never go with another non OEM application when it comes to headlights. Even for 1/3 of the price they are still a waste of money.