Got the light and everything I need to do the install. I went with a 5-amp fuse and 14-gauge wire. Now I'm just waiting on my cheap, eBay Chinese 30-amp, LED-illuminated, waterproof rocker switch/fire starter. Once it gets here, I'll get the wiring done and post some pics.
I went with a 35-watt "Utility Light" from an auto parts store. $14. It's a sealed beam encased in a nice, thick rubber/plastic housing.
I mounted it to my HT crash bars using a piece of steel stock. Since the light extends beyond the crash bars, the bracket is set up so it will pivot up or down and hopefully spare the light if I tip over and the light strikes the ground. If it doesn't pivot, the bracket should simply bend and I can straighten or replace it later. No more than the light cost, I'm not really worried about it.
Depending on the light output, I might put another one on the left side, with a separate switch so I can use either just the right one to augment my stock lights, or if the stock lights go out, I could use both in tandem to provide more illumination. They're easily adjustable, so if driving on gravel roads at night, I could angle each toward their respective shoulders.
The light has a trapezoid beam, so I'm curious to see how it performs both with the stock lights and without them, on its own.