You need to be specific here in what your asking for.
Are you asking for recommendations for headlight replacements?
Are you asking for recommendations for driving lights?
If driving lights, are they more for safety and visibility so others can see you or are they more for nighttime riding and lighting up the road?
Different lights have different purposes and their function do not always cross over well.
Also, where you mount them (driving lights) will make a big difference as far a being noticed, lighting up the road or just being "cool" looking.
If you are adding HID to you bike and replacing the incandescent bulb, then you are actually reducing the demand on your electrical system. HID is not always the desirable way to go. Sometimes, simply replacing the headlight bulbs with quality ones and washing out your the headlight assembly will make a HUGE difference in lighting up the road.
I've been there and done that. Headlights get dimmer with age and really should be replaced after X amount of hours. Also, re-aiming the headlights helps quite a bit... something that not many people take the time to do.
I am a firm believer that driving lights are a "must" for safety. When my son purchased his first bike last winter (KLR 650) and I did a complete teardown, modifications, repair and cleaning of it, I did it with his full understanding that I WAS going to add driving lights to it regardless if he really wanted me to or not. It was nonnegotiable. If he wanted the complete rebuild, he gets the lights.
I am sorry to say that he put on a full season last year without them but I am happy to say that just this past Monday I fabed up a bracket assembly and mounted the LED Driving lights we purchased last winter.
I highly recommend these lights. They are cheap, very high quality and are great at night and spectacularly visible during the day. They compliment his LED headlight very well.
This brings me to another point. Halogen lights are basic, have trillions of hours of time tested safety behind them. Going with HID or LED headlights, are introducing "new" technology. They will always have a higher failure rate in/out of the box and during actual use. They do fail at a significantly higher rate and are expensive to purchase and upkeep.
I wanted to make sure that if my son was riding after dark and that new fangled LED bulb failed, he would not die because of it. Imagine driving and in the blink of an eye that your single LED light fails or it's power supply (same as HID)??? Rural driving here is very dark. Having a backup of driving lights on a different circuit IS a life saver.
It is always a great to have any newly installed lighting or electronics installed with it's own wiring and fuse and kept OFF the original wiring of the bike. You don't really need a "fuse panel" for one or two things that you might want to add. Just wire things properly.
You just got your bike on the road... ride it for a while before letting the need to modify it sweep through your mind. That's a hard thing to do though. It's just you may discover some items that need more attention in the next few weeks or months depending on the amount of saddle time and mileage you get on her.