I was thinking about it in the past when I had money. This is what held me back. #1 the install. It's a real b**ch to press out all the necessary bushings and put those polyurethane ones in. #2 the noise that will encounter and the maintenance to lube them up so there is no noise. #3 the possible bad/rough ride encountered on everyday driving. I don't need every single suspension component stiff or changed like I'm a race car driver on a track. Some things need to stay like some of the rubber bushings just to deal with public roads. Get sways, solid endlinks, chasis support, motor mounts, coilovers and then see how you feel about those bushings. I guaranty you will not want them.