As I get closer to finishing my project, I've noticed far too many "distracted drivers" on the road. Since most people are used to looking for a brake light that is more eye-level, I decided to add a third brake light to my car using an LED strip. I did have some specific goals: My overall goal is to make this a very "stealth" brake light - I do not want something big and bulky sitting on the rear deck nor did I want something too big getting "taped" to the rear window. I wanted a professional look that is minimally noticeable when looking inside the car. This strip will not have sequential capabilities or anything fancy - all I want to do is add the extra light. For the wiring, I didnt want to have to deal with Relays or anything too fancy, other than possibly an in-line fuse (which I probably dont really need) Also for the wiring, I want to future-proof this solution to make it easy to remove it in case I come up with a better idea in the future I will do a full write-up of what I have done soon, but before I do that, I wanted to get some feedback from you guys and show you some reference pictures. For this build, I am using a 4.5" LED strip that is typically used on motorcycles and trailers. Partsam 2 x 4.5inch Motorcycle LED Third Brake Light Universal Tail Brake Stop Turn Signal Running Light Super Bright 6SMD Red LED Strip Light Bar https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01GRO844G/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 The item I bought was $10, and you get two strips. To be blunt, I am torn between two different orientations on this and I thought yall might like to see some of my experiments and weigh in on what you like, or dont like. This is Option 1 - It's one strip mounted dead center in the back window (ie, this is 4.5 inches wide). Personally, I liked this the most. This is Option 2 - It's two strips mounted dead center in the back window (for a total of 9 inches). My friend liked this one the most. And, after looking at most newer cars that have these lights, the light bar itself is usually 8 to 10 inches wide. I am sure there is some logic behind this, because nearly every car I looked at (just walking around a parking lot one day) was roughly the same overall width, regardless of the manufacturer. This looks a little wonky because the two strips arent exactly parallel. I was just taping this in place with painters tape. This is Option 3 - It's two strips mounted with some separation. But it kind of reminds of a cop car light. This is Option 4 - It's two strips mounted with a lot of separation. This was how I originally intended to do it, but modern cars never have the lights separated like this. I dont know why, but I am sure there is a reason. One thing I noticed is that the LEDs are so bright, the light reflects off the glass and illuminates the entire rear deck. To solve this, I am creating a 3D custom bezel that I can print, which will keep the light from spilling out into the cabin.