Who wants halogen bulbs back into ones car headlights?
We just got our first car with LED headlights last month and I'm honestly amazed by them. Never before have I experienced such a flawless beam from car's headlight. No weird artifacts like halogens. We were curious as to how the cooler color temperature would look when driving, but honestly it doesn't look as bad as we were afraid of. Other vehicles' LED headlights also don't look as harsh either, not sure if it's because of our eyes being adjusted to that color temperature or if it's the increased brightness of our's.
The high beams are really strange, the intensity doesn't appear to change, it just seems to add light above the high beam cutoff. Most of our driving so far has been in town or on highways, so haven't had any experience in more densely wooded areas to see how their color rendering is, especially with regards to animals blending in. That's definitely a problem I've experienced with my dedicated bike headlight.
It'll be interesting to see how they'll look in the winter with snow, but as of now, I have no desire to return to halogens.