Ok, I gotta make this quick (got a meeting to go to). Here's a couple pics I snapped of the initial install. Lights are the $20 pair at Wal Mart, I believe another couple members use the exact same ones. Haven't tried them out yet at night (tonight will be the first time) but they sure are bright in the garage.
I used the reflector mount on the front fenders to mount the lights. I used some washers along with a plastic spacer (although I'm switching to aluminum when I find the time) to run a bolt through the light mount. I then used basic cable housing (fabric finger trap kind for computers) to run the wires through. I only had one size but I plan on redoing everything with a smaller size when I can find the time to. The wires are run up underneath the gauge panel and through the rightside fairing.
I did use the included switch just incase I ever want to turn them off. From there it goes through the fairing under the black plastic piece below the seat and to the battery area. That's where I installed the relay and tucked that away underneath the wiring harness (pics to come soon of that). I actually realized that if I ever want to add a fuse block with relay, I've already done the wiring for it
All in all it was a pretty straightforward install when I finally figured out how to do it. I followed the procedure in an above post to hook up the relay and wham, the lights only come on when the engine is running.
I'm not sure about the durability of these lights or even the mounting location. But, since I didn't have to drill or cut anything, I can always change the location later if I don't like them where they're at. I do know that my buddies ahead of me on a group ride yesterday knew exactly which bike I was. The one with the crazy triangle of light in the mirror!
I'll take some pics of the relay and tap location when I can borrow my wife's camera tonight or tomorrow. My iPhone just doesn't cut it for these pics. And tonight I'll try to remember to snap a couple pics at night with the lights on.