personally....no, they do not do it for me, but that said i wouldn't knock anyone for putting them on their own car
good to know i'm still a little undecided but am considering it as the numbered background on my rev counter got damaged, somehow when i bought the car it looks like someone had had the clocks apart for whatever reason cause the backing was slightly torn and blocking the needle from moving up past 1500rpm, my local specialist repaired it as best as possible but you can still see the damaged area and it's just one of those irritating things i've been dying to get sorted,
I think they would look better without that stupid Font, it's too large for the dials, the idea behind them is brilliant as they're nice and flash, but everything looks tooo chunky for the eye, they're made by the same idea that you see on the clubbing t-shirts with battery packs, almost like VFD displays, might be a problem when they die as the psu's are prone to buggering about!
that thing looks designed by the guys whi
o degm)signed the mustang (ford) i n the sixties or the camaro (GM); the style is so heavy; and retro; i am completely sure you will remove it in less than a month after installed. good luck