Veilside is a HUGE front - and if you are going with a replica of it, I can garentee that they did not use the same high-quality fiberglass that veilside uses - they made the replica to make a quick buck at your exspense.
Basically, if your front bumper is heavy, and you go over bump, it shake the fiberglass and also the metal connectors that your body kit is attached to on your fenders... and if there are ANY flaws in the fiberglass workmanship, it will start to "spider"/crack - and those bumps and the weight will make your new front-end crumble a lot quicker.
I haven't even mentioned fitment of replica bumpers... some companies do a good job on making copies, and then there are some companies who don't care how it fits - just want to make a quick buck by selling a product copy
Example; remember the photocopy/ditto sheets you got in elementary school where it looked like crap, but you could still read what was written... barely... this is basically the same thing with body kit copies - sometimes the person who copies the product doesn't care about the qaulity, they just want it to look the same as the original... and sometimes there are people who take the extra time and effort to produce a nice looking, nice fitting, quality product.
When it comes to a $400 (or more) purchase, buy quality name brand - unless all you are looking to do is just throw away your money - and if thats the case, just put it into an envelope and send it to Santa or Easter Bunny - im sure they could use the extra funds