I had good customer service as well. We had a slight issue and it was resolved quickly with good response time.
But that's that what this thread is about.
My vert with Orion v2
I'm in the UK, a couple of weeks ago I crashed my car when someone in a white van failed to give way. The front passenger side took most of the impact and it crumpled the bonnet, bumper and the passenger side wing.
The light units got smashed up a bit too, but the Umnitza Orion V4 kit I had in them survived - all 4 rings and both ballasts still work. After some messing about with an oven and a knife I was able to open the old light units up and remove the rings, ready for installation into my new light units.
Sadly the headlights do not appear to have survived my repair process.
In the interests of full disclosure, someone at Umnitza did ask me to post this whilst in conversation about the incident but I don't mind - everything I've said here is truthful and I'm happy to endorse such an awesome product. It is pretty cool that I can remove the rings from my broken light units and transplant them into new headlights too, otherwise I'd have had to buy a new kit.
These Orion v4 rings are amazingly bright, if only they could get them to wink at oncoming traffic at a touch of a button they'd be perfect
I'm seriously considering getting the Factory Canbus Xenon Replacement System from Umnitza. What do you think? The customer service was really pretty good. I'm pretty happy with the way the car looks.
Umnitza ABS and an absolute perfect fit.
I purchased a set of headlights from Umnitza that had the V2's installed. Angel eyes were literally the brightest I've ever seen, just as bright as new ones with correct color if not brighter. You can see them just as good in the day as you can at night. I recommend having your factory headlights sent out to be opened and have your actual angel eyes upgraded (as you can buy the V2's separately for not too much money). Theres no way your going to get the brightness as the newer bmw's because the angel eyes themselves aren't built that way. I think 08 5 series headlights were much much brighter than previous years.
Check Umnitza.com they have awesome support staff who will help you with your needs.
I definitely don't recommend buying anything off of eBay. Go with Umnitza's. They are cheap for the price and relatively easy to install. http://www.umnitza.com/bmw-angel-eye..._113_1206.html
I went to Umnitza.com and I ordered the ZKW Euro Ellipsoids with 50w OEM HIDs (4300k because I don't want blue light), Orion V4 Angel Eyes, Lamin-X film, and the pNp harness. Total came to $924 but I think it will be worth it.
I would like to do the FX-R projectors but that's spend at the moment and I figure I can always add those later. For now though I'm thinking this should be a bright setup.
ColdshotM3, I debated about the angel eyes. They're getting so played out these days with all the ricers using them on everything. However, I am pretty impressed with the quality of the Orion angel eyes as they don't appear to be cheap Chinese crap like most of them are. To me the angel eyes will always be a BMW thing (since they came up with it first). While they didn't come factory on the E36 I guess I just like the look of them.