Had my konis installed yesterday. Couple of observations from my friend doing the install. Fronts: Getting to everything in the front was a Pita...needed to remove a bunch of stuff to get to the front bolts and hardware. They work, but it is not a perfect fit with the springs. Rears: Awkward to make setting changes since you have to remove the Koni and then pull it apart to adjust settings. He said it reminded him of the old 80s Civic set up. Set up: I have the fronts half way to soft and the rears on full stiff. You can definitely feel them in the rear. Car definitely feels more planted and even with full stiff in the rear the ride is okay in the short time I have driven it. Tomorrow's first event will be the test. He made some changes to the positioning of the brake reservoir which gives easy access to the drivers side shock adjustments. It is hard to see with the shadows, but the adjuster is wide open. Also with a bit of trimming he did not have to zip tie anything. Between the shocks, wheels, tires and alignment changes it feels like it should be much better. Tomorrow will be the first even so we will know more.