Don't have photos, but all I can say is DO IT. Stock 919 headlight is terrible. Light output sucks and the angles between high beam and low beam are too far apart. Aim the low beam up a bit so you can see further down the road and expect your high beam to light up the tree canopy instead of the road. The 599 puts out far better coverage than the 919 stocker on both high and low.
Spend the money for it if you do any sort of riding at night, it's worth it. The Eastern Beaver harness makes it easy, but you can save a bit of coin if you make your own harness with a $7 30-amp automotive relay from Radioshack and some wiring. You can power the low beam directly off the battery and use the stock harness to power the high beam like I do. That way you can have both headlights on at the same time.
2012 Yamaha Super Tenere
2001 Honda Blackbird
2007 Honda 919
49/50 visited on two wheels. 1 more to go!