I just picked up my RRS last week, and noticed that the headlamps are aimed somewhat high. Following a car in front at night, the headlamps pretty much illuminate at the level of the other car's rearview mirror or roof. Distance doesn't really matter. On my other cars, I try to aim the lights so they hit the top of the average car's trunklid in front. I'm somewhat anal about this type of thing and also like to tinker. I'm sure other drivers don't appreciate being illuminated by a pair of HID lights either behind them or coming toward them. I know I don't. For those who care, the vertical adjustment of the headlamps is pretty easy. On each corner of the car under the hood is a triangular plastic cover held on by 3 pushscrews. Remove the cover. Below you will see a white plastic bolt which will accommodate a 6mm hexhead. I used a socket and an extension to adjust my headlamps. An allen wrench will work too. Counterclockwise will lower the lamps and clockwise will raise them. With an extension, it's easy to keep track to the number of turns. Make sure you do the same on each side. I went 2 turns last night. We'll see how it does tonight. I realize most of you won't care about this, but I'm a Libra, and to me, everything needs to be even and level.