Well, we'll see. But I spent some time trying to make the driving light cutouts in the Aluminess bumper do something besides holding the lights I never--read never ever--used. I made some brackets that hold a transmission cooler w/fan in place of the lights:
By replacing the stock cooler with two smaller ones I figure I've increased the overall transmission cooler area by 33%, but now have electric fans I can activate when the trans temp goes up off-road. I'm using the old PIAA wiring to control the fans:
The hypothesis behind this is getting the transmission cooler out from in front of the condensor opens much real estate in front of the radiator and intercooler so, hopefully, it'll run a bit cooler in the summer.
Still have to make a wedge of aluminum that will screw to the bumper to hide the little corner of the cooler that is visible below the bumper. It's not vulnerable, just doesn't look great.