I'm loving my light setup, which keeps it simple enough (but puts out some serious light):
Headlights: e-codes with 55/100 bulbs (55w low, 100w high)
Fogs (used only in bad weather): pair of 85W amber IPF 840s in stock location
Driving lights (triggered with high beams): pair of 100W IPF 968 driving beam angled out a bit to see around corners and deer off the side of the road, and a pair of 100W Harbor Freight cheapo 100W pencil beams aimed straight ahead (decent, but probably going to be replaced with either Hella Rallye 4000 spots or IPF 900XSS spots come summertime).
The driving lights are mounted to the front bumper on a piece of 90* aluminum (one per side, holds 2 lights) that's just secured to the bumper with half a dozen #14 tap screws (per piece). Holds perfectly, no vibration, etc.
The low beams are kind to other drivers, but have a good beam pattern and throw plenty of light. When I hit the highs, it's pretty much daylight, and smoothly and nicely throws over a 1/4 mile (better spots will go further). It also doesn't dump too much foreground light right in front of the Jeep, which is good, as too much light close in reduces your distance vision.
On topic, I drove it and gave it the weekly tire pressure / fluid level check.