I just wanted to add a note to this about the wiring as I had to "custom" wire my lower fogs this past weekend. See MZBuckeye's OEM install and there is a little pin that needs to be moved well I f'ed that up. Anyway, here's how to get the wiring working if you want to power the integrated fogs.
1)The new control stalk with the fog light switch, a must have.
2) My theory is mazda has already put the fog light wiring (integrated in place) but I don't remember how my wiring was before I started (under the dash, the fog wiring to the headlight is there!).
On the driver's side you will remove the whole lower pannel that covers the fuse box. Lift up the door seal, slide out the lower pannel there, one clip to the side wall and pull towards the center console to remove completely.
High above the fuse box there are two large connectors, one at the top that has a black base and the one lower that has a white base. The white base is called X-05 it has a yellow/green wire running into one of it's pins and then running out of it's back. Well, in short that yellow/green wire is what triggers the main fog light relay to power the front lights. It is activated when you use the control stalk to turn on the fogs.
You must make sure that yellow/green going into X-05 is matched with the yellow/green wire going out. I f'ed the pin up and just spliced them together, by-passing the connector. This allows the circut to be completed from the stalk switch to the main fog relay (it's in the main fuse box) which is connected to the fuse box and it's power source and the relay runs a wire that goes to the headlight housings for the fogs.
3)Check that you are activating the main fog relay by taking off the cover of the fuse box, indentify the main fog relay and you can here it "click" when you have the battery hooked up and switch the fogs on.
4)Now you need to know what wires are run off the main fog relay to the actual headlight housing. Well it's a L/W wire, or L=blue W=white stripe. And it's bright blue!! Well, it starts as one wire off the relay but is split into two wires just after the driver's side front wheel well. One wire goes to the left light and the other to the right. I haven't taken the headlight apart so I'm not sure where it's stashed for us non-sports but it's there! I'm powering my lower fogs off it now! Yeah I'm a dumb ass.
Anyway, that's the gist of it. If you didn't want the lower fogs and it's whole kit... you could just order the integrated parts and the control stalk and that's all you need. Note, if you buy the lower fog light kit I believe it is purposefully setup to disable use of both sets of fogs. For one, it comes with another relay that is expecting now power for the integrated fogs. Also they have you move the fog light relay trigger wire up one port in the X-05 which I think stops it from activating the main fog relay, thus making powering the fogs disabled. Unless, you f' the directions up and have to wire your lower fogs to the integrated fogs all ghetto like me.