Personally i like your setup better the polairis design you have a ton of wires going up top not easy to conceal the wires. unless you build a relay box setup that uses something like Cat5 wire to the switch box so you can only have a single wire to run to the switch panel but it becomes much more of a pain to setup
The VOSWITCH system I installed uses a single cable smaller than a pencil that has a round plug with several pins for the blister style switch panel. I tucked it over the headliner lip from behind the driver’s seat to the rear view mirror. I made a brief installation review.
I previously installed a Polaris style rocker switch panel/system in my 800XP. As you pointed out, it was many more wires to deal with. I have picture albums link in my signature which show each system.
However, I am intrigued with the flush mount rear light and perhaps ease of wiring there versus my current system running a wire from the cab via the frame to the rear, then returning to the front of the bed, up the roll bar to the center. That is a lot of exposed wire.
Here is the $250 Polaris “work light” for the bed: https://ranger.polaris.com/en-us/shop/accessories/lights/2889672/?pfm=Browse
It won’t put out the amount of light as my led light bar, but the purpose is different.
A google search brings up a lot of intriguing options for flush mounted lights. I’ll have to continue looking at that possibility.