Got some information from a guy who ran a Mazda 2 in STF last season. He did my alignments for my mini and is going to work with me on the ST as well. Based on what Ford did to the ST he thinks it will be good to go for a g stock car. As I am sure you all know Ford increased in negative camber in the front, decreased it in the rear (we will look to maximize font (-1.5)and minimize rear (<-.7) and ensure the car sits the same on both sides with me in it), lowered the car, stiffened the rear beam, increased the spring rates and re valved the shocks...all things that the fiesta and mazda guys were doing for STF. Next step is finalizing the wheels and tires (watching these threads for that information)...then optimizing the alignment We talked about running the car in a non-stock class, but right now that would be lots of trial and error and too much money for me to worry about. Would rather play with the car in GS, build some seat time in it and then re-evaluate what to do for next season once people have a chance to try stuff out. He sat in one with his helmet at the dealer and with the sun roof and recaros thought it was tight...I have recaros and a sunroof, but he is about an inch taller (he is 6'00") - that being said first thing I am doing when I get home is getting my helmet to see where I am in the car. I can tell you the seats do not get as low as the ones in the mini did which felt weird at first..