With HID's on your daily driver, you get used to them real fast. The older you get, the better that high intensity headlight beam looks
Careful selection of HID's on your GN will avoid the ricer look, and just appear to be nice white light. No more than 4000K and you're good to go.
Any suggestions on a good quality kit to avoid the ricer look?FWIW, don't try to run both the low and the high in the outside bulbs at the same time. You'll overheat the bulb and the wiring.
It's not worth the extra light you'd get. You want good lighting, go for the HID kits out there and never look back. You will need relays however. The startup current on HID's is too much for our factory headlight wiring to keep up with, even though the full-on current consumption is lower than the filament counterpart.