This is a pretty simple DIY i did in a parking lot in 5 minutes on my lunch break.
I was at canadian tire this week just browsing and came across a set of PHILLIPS 6000k brand LED bulbs.
Normally i would stick with regular incandescent bulbs where they were originally installed, as i have been disappointed by LED "upgrades" in the past (eg. blinding to look at but actual light output is terrible).
But for $20 a pair, i decided to try them out because honestly, anything would be an upgrade from the stock map lights.
I used a small slot screwdriver to pop off the lenses and some needle nose pliers to get the bulbs out as they sit almost flush with the metal reflectors.
A little FIY, the LEDs only work one way so if they don't work at first, they are likely installed backwards.
The result was very surprising, not only were the lights bright, but the light output is literally 10 times better than stock.
So, if you are looking for an upgrade to the stock map/interior lights, I would highly recommend them.
Things i liked about them:
High quality construction.
Great, white light output, none of that ricey blue crap.
They DIM PROPERLY like the factory bulbs
(I will get more pictures of the lights at night.)