I've just finished upgrading my fronts to LED and it's great.
For my front low beams I got Cree 6000k and not only does it look sharp with the crisp, white light but it provides much more light than Sylvania's ZXE's but they were $20 cheaper than the Sylvania's from Canadian Tire. The high beams are Cree as well and it's like daylight when I have them on. I've just got my fogs in the mail yesterday and I'm hoping for a dry day tomorrow to put them in. In looking at the owner's manual it doesn't look too hard.
I was thinking on getting a resistor kit for both the front and rear turn signals to cure the rapid flash but they require splicing into the wiring and I'm afraid that will void the warranty. Plus the resistors need to be secured to the bodywork as they get a bit hot. I am awaiting these:
If it works for the front I'm hoping that it'll fit for the back. I'm concerned about the space between the light housing and the bodywork in the back. If it fits it'll be tight. I'm hoping I don't have to change back to the regular incandescent bulb as I love the look of the LED's. Kind of like the tip of Han Solo's blaster...
I've done the interior in blue light and it's fantastic.
The hardest thing is finding out the right bulb. As evidenced by my dumb-ass post in the light bulb post in another section....
Putting them in is easy peasy.