IMHO, a lot of this depends on what you want the lights for. For instance:
- If you want a classic cruiser look, ala Ultra Glide, et al., then I think AZ Vic and Broggyr are your go-to resources.
- If you want down-the-road driving lights for your next Iron Butt run, then I'd check out the (expensive) Denali and Clearwater offerings; my suggested starting point would be the webBikeWorld lighting page, http://www.webbikeworld.com/lights/
- If you just want to make yourself more conspicuous, then I'd recommend a light triangle instead of the straight-across light-bar type of setup. Along these lines, you might make do with something as small, simple, and cheap as the BikeVis Bullets, http://www.webbikeworld.com/lights/bikevis-bullets-v2/
. Or, moving up the scale in terms of price, sophistication, and conspicuity, you might want to look at the Skene products, such as the Photon Blasters: http://www.lights.skenedesign.com/PB_Features.shtml
Me, I fall into the last category, so I have Motolights ( http://www.motolight.com/
), which I removed from my Burgman 650 before selling it. I replaced the stock 35-watt halogen bulbs with 5-watt MR16 LEDs. If I were starting from scratch, I'd probably go with the Photon Blasters... but then, as I said, I fall in that last category, and only ride at night a few times a year; your priorities certainly may put you in one of the other categories.