I had four Cali Raised pods on my last truck, two as ditch lights and two as fogs.
The Good: For the money, they seemed like a very rugged option. I never had any cracks in the lenses, moisture intrusion, no failures of any kind, and I was not easy on them.
The Bad: I found the powdercoating faded very quickly and turned a dull gray in short time. It was not very attractive, especially on the ditch lights. The lenses also yellowed a bit in a short time. They kind of made the whole truck look aged. I was not very impressed with the output, either (mine were all 18W "spots"). I did find the amber pods a bit more useful than the standard pods, but they didn't really add that much useful
lighting. In my opinion, the spot beam pods are not well suited for use as ditch lights where the main goal is peripheral illumination so that may have also impacted my overall opinion of their output, or lack thereof.
Overall they're probably one of (if not the) best low-cost LED options on the market. They are not a Rigid or a Baja, but they can't be expected to be either.
Pic for legitimacy (I had Rigid amber covers on the ditch lights, the amber LED pods were in the fog location):