I'm later to the party here than some, but my parts are all in and an install fest starts Dec 6. I've already done ES 3101G polyurethane bushings a year or so ago (what a wonderful difference that made!), but now ES bushings are also going to be added to my steering rack, and we're putting in new shocks & springs, bigger stabilizer bars, and a Brembo GT front brake kit. Against the trend, I decided to get black calipers on the Brembo kit, as a sort of "stealth" upgrade behind my stock QV wheels. I'm very impressed with the quality of the components out of the box. Great price from Elite Auto out of Canada... $2075 USD plus shipping. The adjustable shocks are from Varishock, and are similar to QA1's specs but have better/more robust mounting heads and easier adjustment for ride-height when on the car. The springs are 10.300# fronts and 12.250# rears and are from QA1 (Varishock doesn't make 10-inchers). Less than $1100 total. The 3-way adjustable stabilizer bars are made by Saner Performance and are zinc-plated 1.0" (25mm) front and 7/8" (22mm) rear, with red urethane bushings and fully adjustable end-links. Around $500 Thanks to all who have been through some of this before me and posted their findings and those who answered my PM questions... it's much appreciated. I'll report back when it gets installed and I try some back country roads, but of course the real enjoyment should come at the Spring track events!