I decided to spend more money on this part to ensure that it would have the quality I have come to expect from Yoshimura. The bracket and light worked great and fit well. I pulled the pins out of the factory plate light connector, soldered the Yosh wires to them (which were long enough), put the factory sheathing over those wires, and reinstalled the pins into the connector. That way the OEM harness was not altered and the ability to unplug the light remains.
My disappointment has to do with the frame that surrounds the plate. I was not planning on using it initially for a slimmer look, but since our state stopped stamping plates they are now extremely flimsy and have no structure to them.
The problem I had is that the light attaches to the bracket that holds the license plate and that creates a sharp 90 degree corner. The frame that surrounds the plate extends beyond the back of the plate (which is the mounting surface) by roughly an 1/8". So you have to use a spacer behind the plate to make up this dimension. I used two rubber washers that were 1/16" thick between the plate and bracket. If you use a piece of carbon fiber like they show in the photos and put your plate on top, you would be okay. I also had to slot the holes in my plate to line up with the four holes in the frame. I also did not like the bright zinc hardware that jumps off of an all black assembly. I reused the factory black plastic thumb screws at the top and black push-pin style fasteners at the bottom to reduce weight and blend in better. In short, be prepared to make a trip to the hardware store and do some modifications.