I got the 16 LED Superflux in neutral white, to replace the incandescent bulb that came with my car, for the map light. It was a T10 wedge bulb, number 195. The 16 LED Superflux board is a much whiter white than than the incandescent it replaced, but it is only a little brighter. I have the LED board in the Left map light, and retained the incandescent bulb in the Right map light, so I can compare them side by side. The 16 LED Superfulex isn't as bright as the 14 LED, neutral white, UltraThin board, that I put in my dome light. Also, the wires could easily have broken at the board, if I was not very careful not to put any tension on them, or flex them too much. There needs to be some sort of reinforcement where the wires are soldered to the board.
I could not install the board by simply replacing the original incandescent with a dummy bulb, and then plugging the board into the wires coming from the dummy bulb, because the dummy bulb would have projected into the only area where there was room to stick the board. So I clipped off the dummy bulb from the wires, stipped the wire ends, tinned them where they were stripped, and found another way to attach the wires to 12 volt positive and ground, rather than using the dummy bulb. Also, since the area where there was room to stick the board was bumpy, unevent, rather, in order to get the board to stick, I needed to replace the double-sticky tape that came with the board with thicker double-sticky tape.
I took off one star because the board was not as bright as I expected and because in an email that I received from Oznium, before ordering the board, I was informed that the Superflux board would be twice as bright as the Ultrathin board he had noticed that I had recently ordered, and it turned out that it was actually not as bright. I took off a second star because the installation was not a simple plug and play, as described in the videos. I could not use the dummy bulb. The double-sticky tape was too thin. By the way I have the same map light that is depicted at https://www.oznium.com/led-domelight#photos, in the top row, furthest to the right.