With the tail lights sticking out so far and having the BLIS sensor in them, will these be hunks of very expensive plastic that break quickly because of being hit by something? I haven't seen the Raptor in person yet, so I don't know how far they really stick out and if they are protected in any way, but to me, they could be a problem. I was watching the video of the guys who drove a junked stripped bronco down a tough route in Moab, and the tail lights broke against an obstacle - and this was a standard bronco, not a Raptor. I'm just surprised no one has come up with a metal cage or something to protect them. I know Oracle came up with new tail lights for the standard, but with the BLIS sensors we would be out of luck.