Much more awesomer. Took a day to get used to, cause of the convex. But definitely worth it. I have them set the same way as I did the stock: angled as far out as possible. BUT, with these T1R's I can see like 3 lanes over and STILL see the side of my car! I like to be able to see the side of my car so I have some perspective as to what lane I am looking at.
Totally worth it, I never look over my shoulder. If I want to switch lanes, I check my T1R's first. If theres a car there, then I check my rear view mirror. If you can see the same car in both mirrors, you're golden, switch lanes. If you CAN'T see it in the rear view mirror, then assume that that car is next to you or is about to be. The T1R's make car's look tinier compared to the stock mirrors, so objects in mirror are DEFINITELY closer than they appear. But again, this only took me a day to get used to.
Overall, I highly recommend it if you want that pesky blind spot gone.
2011 EX CVT