when I first looked at it after putting them in, I felt the same way. After looking at it for a little while I was less certain, however I agree that having them "hanging" out there is off putting. The real problem with moving the rearward is the inboard bumper bracket which is in the way. The other problem is that to be honest, the front of the car isn't really conducive to having lights down there in a way that "flows". Due to the way the lower valance is, the lights have to be outside of it to be functional (light beam angle). The issue here is that the way the valance slopes down and away, it makes the lights stick out very prominently which is why Chrysler stuck them in the middle on the 70 I suspect. If I want to stick them in the corners of the valance, I am going to have to modify the bumper brackets some which isn't a huge deal, just more time, cutting, welding, etc.