After considerable time spent fabricating the brackets, etc I installed 3 heads on the front of my 2006 Lexus GX470. My original intent was to install 4, but the grill was just too shallow to support the units and keep them securely fastened without a Rube Goldberg system.
2 heads flank the plate, and protrude through the air intake areas. They are supported by brackets dble taped and then bolted w/ stainless hardware to the steel bumper frame behind the plastic fascia. Got them pretty much dead level and angled out a tiny, tiny bit, since most cops are at the side of the road and not the center. They are recessed about 3/4" and have a great view of the road ahead, despite being hard to spot. Plus, they are anchored in pretty good!
The 3rd unit is right in the center of the grill, inside the big Lexus "L" logo! A little dble stick tape and I was good to go. That one is angled up a hair (about 1/32") to allow for overpass shots as well. Have the wire running through the hood insulation, so its all barely visible. Full wiring took much time as I insist on a totally OEM appearance and the like. No amateurish installs for me.
Build quality is excellent. Very, very well made and great support. Yes, some here are all gung ho for the Antilaser, etc, but all the real world and anecdotal tests I read say the thing works well and is fully supported. No "maybe there'll be a company to call in 6 months" like we are seeing here. Need full protection as the vehicle is pearl white (groan.... I like the color--and so does laser!) and as a big front end.
Now, I still have a full LE 30 kit with one head left over. Think I'll get another head and install a full setup in my wife's Toyota Sienna. I have "Lasershield" plate covers on order as well. Maybe I'll get pics once 1) it stops pouring and 2) I borrow someone's digital camera (I'm still using 35mm!!)
Thanks to all here for their help & input. I almost want to encounter a trap to see how it works! But, for now I'll wait for the laser tester I also ordered and see how it goes.