The "Fuel gauge" of my Nightrider Digital Evolution is doing the "Nightrider" thing of the scanning green LED. The set is still producing light and I was initially going to send it in for repair; however, to get Niterider to look at it will cost $35 and if it requires parts it will cost the price of the parts as well. The set as you know is halogen and with with the advent of super bright LEDs is if not obsolete at lease obsolescent. So I'm wondering what I should do. Should I just ignore the "fuel gauge" and use the set until the batteries stop holding charge (and in the mean time use the money I would have spent fixing the set toward finishing putting Dynohubs and LED head lights on my two primary commuters.) or pony up to get the set repaired??