This video is a year old, but still helpful in visualizing the utility and brightness of cube style LED pods.
I'd go for the Diode Dynamics SS3 SAE Sport for value and performance vs the BD SAE. The Squadron Sport is pretty comparable to the DD SS3 Sport, in my opinion.
The answer to this largely depends on placement and mission.
Are you looking to get the wide-throw functionality of OEM foglights on the lower bumper? Then the SAE Squadrons mounted low would make a lot of sense. If you're after the most light, then bumper or bull bar mounted Squadron Sport...
How about a kit in the same font that just spells FORD and a couple blanks that match the specialty lighting?
I'd rather have a grill that throws back to my old 75, to go with that script badge on the fender.
There are a couple of competitors that have a Squadron and S2 sized offering.
I'd be willing to bet that @Baja Designs offers the bracket alone for existing BD owners at some point once the competition comes out with their own bracket... not much advantage in doing a competitors work for them.
All @Baja Designs lights are modular. You can pop the lens out and change them later if the all-amber ones are not available when you're ready to order. Flush bezels, covers, lenses, and Weatherpac-style plugs and harnesses are all also available separately if you wanted to change the operation...
I completely agree. The return of the ZR2 is the one bold move in decades, outside of putting the LWN 2.8L Duramax in the GMT700s, that Chevrolet has done that no one else has. DSSV shock damping, front and rear lockers, turbodiesel option, it's a standout in a lot of ways, just like the OG ZR2...