For reference, I just received my HID kit today from V-LEDS and installed it. It was a long wait and a time-consuming install but man it is very worth it. The light perfectly matches the LED DRL color just like the OEM HID lights, and the cutoff was exactly the same, so they're not blinding anyone. I went with the 9006 5000k V-LEDS premium XPU kit and they are perfect. They match my interior LED bulbs that I used to replace the standard bulbs, as well as the LED's I put in the reverse and license plate lights.
One thing to note, in order to get the wires through the headlight seal/cap, I had to drill a 1" hole in the center of the plastic cap. It has ridges on the outside which initially prevented the included rubber seal from sitting right so I also had to use a grinder and flatten that out. This way, I was able to route the wires through the cap, put the cap back on and keep moisture out. This is a requirement for the install (unless you want to leave the cap off and leave a gaping hole for condensation), and makes the install level about moderate. Other than that it was super easy, the headlights are easy to reach.
HID on passenger, halogen on driver
HID installed (passenger)
Compared to halogen (driver)
iPhone camera doesn't do much justice but this is both installed
With lights off; phone didn't really capture the nice color they make