I have not installed the Yak Power or Yak LED's but I have installed LED's 2 of our kayaks. There's pros and cons.
-They provide additional safety lighting in the dark.
-Bait fish swarm to the green LED's
-They damage easily. I have already bumped into a wood piling in the water and damaged the lights (waterproof cover) on one side of my kayak.
-They start to come off over time. You'll need to add some super glue (I used Gorilla Glue Super Glue) to the back of the strips when putting them on your yak.
I went with T Top Lights. They're well built even though I've already damaged one of mine no light could've withstood what I put it through. When I was digging into LED's I found Yak Power is easily doubled the price if not more than what you can buy strip lights, a switch bank and splice some wires together yourself. It's not easy and you don't have to know how to solder to do it yourself. Waterproof wire nuts are designed for below grade applications and have grease inside and are all you need. You can install 8' of LED lights rated at IP68 (this is important to have this rating), buy a switch bank, the wiring and wire nuts for about $75. If I remember correctly that's about half of what the Yak Lights were. If you decide to wire it yourself and use the wire nuts add a zip tie around the wiring just below the wire nut (see attached pic) in case the wires get pulled the won't pull apart. https://www.t-toplights.com/product...strip-lights-with-ip68-waterproof-ratinghttps://www.homedepot.com/p/DryConn...tors-Aqua-Orange-20-Pack-62114/202889871