So I took advantage of diode dynamics Father's Day sale and got myself a full interior led kit in blue stage 3 and some red stage 3 license plate LEDs. Difficulty is 1 out of 10, the most I have ever done is change a fuse or a filter on my cars, I prefer to pay someone than do most things myself. The install took about an hour mostly because I was scared of breaking something and because I popped a fuse just as it started getting dark, so I had to take time to figure that out. On to the install... First I tackled the license plate. "Pro tip" #1- "If you have a plate holder remove it so the light housing can be removed easily". The housing has spring tabs that are easy to access with a flat screwdriver or even your fingers, depress the tab and pull down the housing. The socket needs a twist to expose the bulb and the bulb is removed with a firm pull. These LEDs are a direct replacement for oem bulbs just a tad delicate, simple enough. Twist socket back into housing, pop housing back into the car, repeat for other side and replace plate holder and plate, done. Now for the harder part. Interior. Again the total install was easy, the interior was slightly less easy. I started with driver side map lights. I do NOT have a sunroof so some things might be a little different. Open the sunglasses holder, reach up and carefully tug down the map light lens. "Pro tip" #2- "Remember to shut off all of your lights", these bulbs can get really hot if left on long. Better yet, "Pro tip"#3- "Pull interior light fuse". All of the LEDs are polarity based so it helps to continually check that they're working properly. Once lens is off, use flat screwdriver or fingers to pry oem bulbs from base. The LEDs have a spring that allows you to get a perfect fit, squeeze the spring and ace into base (check that led works). Tuck wires into void above housing, peel 3m tape and stick. Hook lens back into front and snap rear closed. Repeat for PS light. On to the vanity lights. With finger nail pull down complete housing from the switch side, pull bulb, carefully place LED into position using needle nosed pliers to hold tension off LED. if you try to force led in, it will bend and possibly break. There is also a metal bar that passes over the light and you need to place LED under it in order to install LED properly. As a side note, don't touch the light to this bar as it will blow the fuse (found out the hard way). When the bulb is in check that it is working, then hook the housing back into the hole and push up the button side to lock in place. Repeat for other side. Last is the rear dome light. "Pro tip" #4- "Move the front passenger seat all the way forward b4 trying to get into back seat". The rear dome light has a clear lens that has 4 tabs holding it in place 2 front small 2 rear larger. Pry from the front, when lens is open install is similar to map lights. To close lens put rear tabs in first and pop in fronts. Enjoy your new LEDs. I also bought the front and rear foot wells in blue, those are gonna get installed by someone with a bit more skill than myself, and the trunk LEDs that might be broken, I have to double check b4 I call DDs. These lights are very bright kinda like police lights but not blinding (unless you stare at them). The car looks amazing. The license plate lights look great just not bright enough for me considering they are stage 3. More to come after footwell install and trunk resolution.