I'm thinking though that a fixed light may be better than a strobe though. A good one still gets seen but doesn't dominate the viewers concentration in the way that a flashing/strobe type one does.
There's a line here between being easy to see and being the dominant thing in the driver's view, grabbing all their attention.
It's just a bog standard commuting type light, rather than a Magicshine on disco-strobe (antisocial) mode.
I've had a few months of only driving in to work, after being hit by a driver, and even when I'm bike fit I drive once or twice a week and I've never been dazzled or had my attention dangerously diverted by a bike light. A few times on the bike I've ridden towards someone with a selfishly angled magicshine.
Quite frankly, I want to be the dominant thing in their view. It's what keeps me alive!
I don't want to dazzle anyone, but grabbing their attention is vital, seeing as many drivers just don't look. I doubt anyone would see a flashing light on a bike and be inexplicably drawn to it, staring at it whilst driving in a different direction, if they do it's hardly the cyclist's fault!