Finally an update:
I installed everything over two weeks ago literally the day I was to go down to the Baja 250 off road race and camp. I installed a OTRATTW switch and a relay, ran all the wiring and installed the strip of 5630 LED under the bed rails and also installed a strip left over under the rear bumper, on that black plastic piece that is in the center of the bumper.
I didn't clean the surfaces with alcohol as I should have and with me literally sticking the strips on just before heading out for the trip and running through some washboard desert "road" for roughly 40 miles at a fair speed, the strips came unglued on the way back. I just took them off completely and decided to order some double sided exterior 3M tape. I finally installed them correctly and here are pictures for all of you to see. The pictures are with my Iphone 5. I tried adjusting the settings so that the picture would show like it actually is with the naked eye.
I can say I am definitely happy with the lights. They are very bright! Especially out in the desert where the only light is the moon light.
The pictures really don't do the light output justice.
No explanation needed. 5630 LED strip under bed rails. Running off a switch in the cab and through another switch in the bed's storage pocket that's left always on. The reason for this other switch is so that I can turn the bed lights off while being able to leave the under rear bumper lights on for camping.
Underbody "puddle" lights. Note: The picture was taken with the flash on, oops!.
The strip on the driver's side is a 5050LED 6" strip. The strip on the passenger's side is a 6" section of 5630LED. 5630 is definitely brighter and this particular strip is whiter compared to the more bluish output of the driver's side 5050LED strip. I'll be switching the driver's side out and replacing it with a 5630 strip like the passenger side.
This is a shot of the driver's side mirror with all lights OFF. See next picture for comparison.
This is a shot of the same driver's side mirror as above but with the rear bumper LED strip ON. The picture doesn't do it justice. It doesn't show all the details that the naked eye can see with the LED strip.
I love this light! It is so useful. I used it in the desert to set up camp, I left it on while on the trail as a "dust light", can be used as reverse light. Love it. When setting up camp, it light up the ground for a good 15-20 ft behind the truck
And here's a picture of that LED strip under the rear bumper. Yes I know, it isn't straight. Oh well.