I too read that post and switched around the two positive wires going to the original switch plug. That did not help any. If if makes any difference I when the lights were on I took one of the positive wires out of the switch plug and the low beams went out. I then went and switched on the high beams and the light went on but it did not magnetically pull back like I have seen. So I am thinking that something is wrong with the magnetic switch. I did drive around once it got dark and I thought that the light looked terrible. Very inconsistent from left to right...meaning that it would be bright for a spread of about a foot, then not as bright then bright. This was on both the left and the right. My brother has a 9006 HID kit and the light dispersion is even and bright. I think that the 9007 having part of the bulb covered up is having reflective issues. I will be returning this kit and leaving my original lights alone. But thank you for all of your help!I have a "china brand" HID Bi-xenon kit that I bought from a local dealer. I had the same problems that you had, but i read on the forum that there are three wires on the connector on the HID kit that plugs into the stock harness that need to be switched around. All you need to do is to poke them out using a small screwdriver like the 1 for eyeglasses. I had to try about 3 times to get the right combo but i eventually got the high beams to work.
Edit: I have the "9007 Xentec 6000k Bi-Xenon HID kit"