I would still suggest to refrain from tapping into wire, as in poking holes into, more than you have to. Even those taps that only poke a tiny hole still nick the wire itself and may lead to early failure of the wire. Don't know the amp rating of the headlight plus your added lights, but the factory definitely has it down to a science to keep the wire as thin as possible and yet big enough to carry only what they intended that wire to carry. Do you have the service manual? If you do then you can find that front option plug and one pair of that 4 pin plug is designated for the fog/driving lights from Honda. I would suggest that since that wire pair is already there and the fuse is likely also there (be sure to check the fuse box) to use that wire. I'm sure you can use a crimp-on (or solder) barrel connector into that plug... unless it's a spade type connector. I am just now into taking apart the plastic on my CTX to install the tall shield and a few other things and haven't looked at the connector yet other than in the electrical diagram in the service manual. I have the perfect place for the garage door opener transmitter (right in the center on top of the headlight!). I also plan to install the GPS and my 12v port. For now I plan to use the ACC pair in that front option plug for the GPS since it's there and unused. My 12v plug will be the only item on the battery with an inline fuse at this time... until I get around to installing my aux fuse box for other things. It may be possible I can simply use the existing unused fuses and plug connections for what I want to put in since I don't intend to install much and there are 4 circuits unused at this time from the factory. That will simplify things for me until I want to add more.