I'm surprised GIV0001 as I thought standard was 5200k. either way photos too followLooking forward to your pics with the 6000k units.
Mine has the standard 4300k and they are bright but I've heard the 6000k look much better - nice and blue 
Hi Dave, Ive had a long chat with the top Man at HID's 4U, who told me the MK5 kit has been a long time coming, and that they supply an extra ballast of some sort to stop flicker and bulb failure warning from coming up, I can only hope he's being straight with me.I would make sure they code the central convenice module to switch from standard lights to xenons as it lowers the voltage on the standard lights which can cause Xenons to flicker and possible damage the ballasts. When you switch the module over (very easy with vagcom) it bumps the voltage back up. If you have a look at www.vwvortex.com if this isn't done Xenons won't work properly.
That's worth knowing Dave, thanks, I don't have Vagcom or know anyone who has Yeup just read the bit on there page after I posted (really should have read it first !), sounds like they have it covered. Although if you know anyone with vagcom you can disable the bulb failure warning on the headlights and switch them over to xenons.
You got me worried Curley, so I contacted HID's 4U again, and they have revised the kits, which now come with 5100k, lets hope there OK.When i had my GTi i bought some xenon bulbs from Foxy's GB, i got the 6000K the light output wasnt as good as the standard (4300K???)
6000K were (Very Blue) to me, after a few weeks i put the standard ones back in. Dont think i would go 6000K if i was to get them for my A3, just my opinion..