My suggestions:Front strut:
RMM/APC, Carbing, APR, in order of stiffness. Rear strut:
Hypermotive 3pt, TRD
or C-One/Beatrush. The Hypermotive one definitely has the upper hand, since you won't need to disassemble the trunk if you ever need to take it out.
The stiffer the strut bar, the better. They'll actually increase ride comfort a bit by reducing the transfer of bumps from the road to the chassis.Sway bars:
Hotchkis Street for the inexperienced driver (maintains stock understeer), Hotchkis Comp for the best performance (creates neutral to oversteer handling).
When it comes to handling, the stiffer the better. People have gone from TRD
to Hotchkis Street, and loved the difference. Then people have gone from Hotchkis Street to Comp, and also loved the difference.
Also, I have the equivalent of the Hotchkis Comp set, and I didn't notice any difference in ride quality at all. And I'd defintely feel it since my 17s give a pretty stiff ride compared to the stock 15s and 16s.
Overall, the sways are the very best mod I've done to my car, since they literally transform the handling ability of the car with no compromises.