I've kept things pretty simple in the asthetics department, only doing a few tweaks as I saw fit. I had a case of curb rash from parking in the street all summer in San Diego, so the wheels needed attention. I also always felt I sit too high in the stock seats, so I wanted to do something there. And I'd really always been bothered by not being able to see in dark and winding canyon roads. So these few mods helped me feel much better about the car in the respective areas.--Headlights Retrofited with E-55 Mercedes Bi-Xenon projectors--Wheels Painted with off-the-shelf wheel paint after prepping--2006 Lotus Elise Probax foam seats with home-made adapter brackets The retrofit of my stock headlights with the Bi-xenon projectors was quite a learning experience, but one well worth it I think. It basically consists of taking apart your original headlgiht and putting in the factory equipment from a car that came with xenon's (hids). It seems simple at first, but the leveling and aiming bit can become tricky when you're making your own mounts. Mazda made it so you have to remove the whole bumper to remove the headlights, which makes working on this a real B. Way to hook a brother up, Mazda. In these two pics I'm working on the High-beam wiring for the Bi-xenon solenoid.