Aux lights serve two purposes- to light up the road ahead during the night, and to make you more visible to cagers during the day. There is a study somewhere that concluded a light "triangle" is far better than a light "bar"- that is, having lights in a triangular formation makes you more visible and allows others to guage your distance better. Lights in a "bar" pattern, where they are almost the same height across the front of the bike, make it hard for cagers to discern your distance. Harleys have them across because, well, the higher the chrome the brighter the shine, I suppose. But triangles work well. And your PIAAs are more a pinpoint than a spread of light. You wont be unhappy.