There is a ton of great information on this site, but nothing recently. I wanted to see how people are liking their Koni's and what kind of adjustment you are using with them. Also, if you have a front or rear sway bar, I'd be interested to know how that affects your setup. For my ST I ran it completely stock last year so I could really learn the car. My conclusions are that the car is very balanced as it is in stock form, and the biggest issue is that the rear end starts to get very loose when you get near the edge of traction, but only at low speeds and in situations where you need to back off the throttle. Meanwhile the front has miles of traction in virtually all situations, which is quite amazing for a FWD. I am used to just plowing when I reach those limits, and that never happens with the Fiesta. So now that I've gotten comfortable with it, I want to start tweaking things. My first tweak is going to be rear dampers only to help reduce roll and hopefully be able to increase my rear traction in those low speed elements like hair pins and reducing radius corners. I have a set of Koni's coming in for the rear in two weeks, and I have 2 practice days coming up at the start of June where I can try to fine tune the adjustment. In addition, I have a "special" alignment coming where they are going to massage out the camber through bolt tolerances. Basically they will loosen up everything, then strap it down, and tighten it all back up. I have seen some amazing results for other cars using this process, I will post up my alignment sheet whenever I get around to getting this done.