I thought I had it working good for a while, but then it would begin to honk in right turns or when I turned on my turn signal. Finally I just unhooked the horn itself and went without one. Last month, I decided to tackle the problem. I ordered a new brass ring and installed it. It seemed fine, but then started acting up again... so I ordered a new turn signal switch and no luck. I'm convinced that there's a spacing issue with the steering wheel that is causing premature contact with the brass ring somehow.
Anyhow, got fed up and decided I wanted new horns and a dash mounted switch, bypassing the whole stock system altogether. I searched around and narrowed it down to 2 different type of horns, both from Hella, and after listened to various sounds clips on Youtube, ordered up a pair of the Hella Panther Sharptones on Amazon for about $30. They have a slightly lower tone that their Supertone brothers, but I like the sound. Here's a quick vid with some sound bytes at the end.
I chose to mount them to the firewall behind the passenger's side headlamp instead of down low where the stock horn mounts (behind the bumper).