Come on guys, no need to ridicule someone for asking a question.
Until recently, LEDs have always been dimmer and highly directional/focussed compared to incandescent bulbs.
Even then, not all LEDs are made equal so there is a significant difference in output between them all. Immensely different. And still, the issue of how focussed a LED's output is has not been entirely resolved - the majority of LED products use side SMDs to expand the beam.
On one of my other cars I had to experiment with a number of different products to get a fantastic result. Even then, when one did look great it didn't necessarily mean it was significantly better than the original incandescent - that still took more experimentation. Furthermore, it took different solutions between the various different bulbs to get my desired result.
The product you guys are recommending here does not appear to use any side emitters of any kind - you are giving a glowing (no pun intended) review that they look fantastic despite the single emitter. As I said in my post, I was "hoping" that is indeed the case as that sounds fantastic.
If one were to assume the "better" output automatically means it is the LED, that would also imply a cheap $30 LED over eBay also delivers the same result - but I know from experience that is absolutely not the case.
Heck in one application the actual SMDs I used were better than the incandescent - BUT the real-world result was not (even then, the photograph didn't do justice - the SMDs looked way worse than the incandescent to the naked eye). I had to line the fitting with foil to reflect the various emitters to get a stunning result. Take a look at the photograph below...
I am truly glad Triton IS the better output, but forgive me for making sure that this was indeed the case.