Just one thing that I realised about the Fairmont vs GLi/Futura Light thing.
The Fairmont does have the Dual Filament Light Bulb, but only one Filament is lit when the High Beams are on.
I.E. you only have the 60Watt High Outer+55Watt Inner High Beam Bulbs, not 55WOuter + 60WOuter + 55Watt Inner
To get all the Filaments Lit up, you need to pull the Highbeam stalk, to activate the "passing feature"
Sorry I didnt mention this earlier, as It completely slipped my mind.
It is possible however to wire the HighBeam relay up to the LowBeam relay, using a Diode, so as the Low Beam Relay is activated whenever the Highbeams are used (Useful for fairmont only), but then there is that high temperature for the plastic lense problem, and reduced bulb life issue with doing this.
(This is how I have mine wired at the moment, but I very very rarely get to use High beam in the city and built up areas.
Basically I would have to agree with Cobra and fit some good quality Driving Lights.
A friend of mine has them fitted to his EF, and has his car parked on the street, in a bad neighboorhood, and has not had them stolen yet, but he does have ppl fiddling around with them, pointing them at the ground, air, etc, which really p!$$e$ him off Lol !