I'm glad that you decided to address those headlamps with VEIL G4.
Many are under the false impression that projector optics are somehow less IR (LIDAR) reflective than exposed.
What these folks fail to realize is that behind those projector lenses are.....
Just look at The VEIL Guy
's IR videos: YouTube - veilguy's Channel
In Part II, look at the optical collimator lens embedded in each of the AntiLaser G8 jammer head units, which are flanking his front license plate. Look at how they "flare" under IR illumination....and those don't even have any reflectors beyond them!
The point I assert above is even better illustrated in Part VII.
Time-mark 5:30 to 5:50
Look at the projector headlight lens.
As with the optical collimator lens of the various jammers, it’s just serving as a huge collector of IR light, and it’s flaring up, just like a cat’s eye in the dark.
Just as with the visible-light flash-photography demonstration, it’s seen, really clearly here, that projector headlights, just because they’re physically smaller than comparable reflector units, is no less of a threat, and perhaps even more, since they “concentrate” light, including that coming off the reflectors physically *behind* their focusing lens.
This can also be seen, earlier, at time points 3:23 to 3:35, for the fog-lights.
Even if you looked at just visible-light, photoflash-aided pictures, you'll see this to be the case, too: Veil applied - Second time's the charm (with pics) - Radar Detector Jammer Forum
The Subaru STI sedan owned by Gregor
, with an awesome application of VEIL (G2)....
Look at how the projector optics "flare" even more than their traditional reflector-optics counterpart (on the STI of that generation, the outer-flank set of lamps are projector low-beams, the inboard set are reflector high-beams; below the beltline reside a pair of projector-optics equipped fogs).
No matter what jammer you have, VEIL is always a good idea!