I guess that kinda does make sense. It probably will depend on what purpose you are looking to set your suspension up for, but I suspect unless you are looking to autocross or something hardcore, a front and rear set-up should benefit you for daily handling. I hear you on the TRD thing, I'd love to keep everything on my car TRD but yeh I'm not rich enough...yet. I think for $140 or so the rear TRD brace isn't too bad, I'd like to pick one up soon.
Shit, I thought they ranged into the 200's?? That's what someone once told me, I guess I should have looked it up for myself.
Anyways, since we have a FF config, I thought it would be logical to just reinforce the rear struts to minimize understeer, which our cars suffer from.
But you see people out there with both front and back reinforcements, and I was wondering what the real point to that was, if there was one at all.
I realize that some people just buy stuff to "max out their cars," without really knowing the method behind their madness.
Right now, I'm looking for tech articles that would better explain the concept.