I wouldn't look for 'cheap' neons. Honestly, I am not all about neons anymore but if I was, cheap is DEFINETLY not that route to take especially when you just purchased the car and you are already talking about messing with the electronics! Companies like StreetGlow and like LowGlow(or whatever) usually put 'safety' things in there lights to protect from surges and all that other goooood stuff.. I understand a fuse can be placed in order to stop from the surges but remember, if your neon surges, most likely it will blow. I would bet that the lower end company neons 'surge' more than what street glow would.