I've been wanting to put some warning lights on my Ram 2500 so that when I'm parked in the road in neighborhoods, the truck will be more visible. And I like lights. My brother has his truck loaded with a Whelen 6-head strobe pack, 2 Whelen TIR3 LEDs, a dual head dash LED, Whelen Slimlighter LED in the rear window, and 2 Whelen 400 series LEDs in the grill. Oh, yeah, he's a volunteer firefighter. I'm looking at a single-head LED dash light and something for the back. These are what I'm interested in for the front: Whelen Spitfire--4 LIN SuperLEDs, 45 flash patterns, including split and simultaneous patterns, $75 Whelen Avenger--9 LIN SuperLEDs, 27 flash patterns $113 Star/SVP DL35-6 M-Tech--M-Tech technology is similar to Federal Signal's Solaris technology, very bright. 35 flash pattern, $103 I'm leaning toward the Star/SVP because I've seen videos of the FedSig and it was brighter than the Avenger. And it's cheaper than the Avenger. For the back, I'm thinking about mounting 2 Whelen TIR3 SuperLEDs right above my rear window, on either side of my 3rd brake light. These are $50 each. All the prices are from sirennet.com. Does anybody have experience with these lights, specifically the dash lights? Since my brother has TIR3s, I know what they are like-BRIGHT.