Ya I forgot they had multiple kits and such. There is pretty much just one available at parts stores here. But I was wrong, it's restoration (i got the drill version).I found several versions of the 3M kits, some included "renewal" in the name and some included "restoration".
3M 39008 Headlight Restoration System - US $10.50 - includes sanding disks and polishing pad with compound. The front has the text "Requires a Household Drill" in white lettering on a red strip.
3M 39164 Headlight Restoration Kit - US $19.99 - also says it includes sanding disks and polishing pad with compound. Also includes 3M Synthetic Wax Protectant to apply to the lens after use the sandpaper and polish. Includes a round device your hold in your hand that the sandpaper and polishing pads adhere to. Also has a note on the box that says "Heavier duty headlight lens restoration may require the use of a 3M Headlight Restoration Kit with drill-activated sanding."
3M 39165 Headlight Restoration Kit with Drill-Activated Sanding - US $33.99 - different box than the "Restoration System" at triple the price.
And there are several other 3M kits with different numbers (and prices).
And of course everyone and their neighbor has released headlight restoration/restoring kits, including Meguiar's (multiple kits), Mothers, Sylvania, Griot's, Turtle Wax, Wipe New, and a Rustoleum branded version of the Wipe New product with "Rustoleum" added to the package text, several kits from Yellow Off, Rain-X, and several odd names like RestoraLens, Izndeal, Visbella, VVViVid, and Winner Industrial Supply.
A few of the kits even included a role of tape to mask off the areas around the headlights.
Try headlightsdepot.com. I have a 2003 CRV, and the headlight assembly cost about $50-55.My headlamps are getting cloudy and I have a lead to get a pair of clear headlamps out of a 2006 but was wondering if the wiring would fit due to the slightly different internal design?