before you drive, you have to start it up for about ten minutes, then you can raise it up. I wouldn't recommend it for a daily driver. I was also going to get this, but i changed my mind. You have to worry about airleaks and it not working. One day you can drop your car to the ground, then later come back and it doesn't work, then your stuck with a LOW ass car. It's just one of those things where you have to maintain a lot.
You have no clue what you're talking about..you don't have to wait for 10 minutes, thats only if there is leaks in the system..even then, its more lie 3-4 to get enough pressure in the tank..
You guys have to remember "airbags" is a generic term for air suspension. There is actual airbags, there are air struts (struts with an airbag over it) and air cylinders, each will give a different ride. Air bags and struts ride the best, air cylinders ride the worst because they take more pressure to lift the car then an airbag. As far as handling goes, yes you may lose some handling, but for most normal everyday drivers thats fine for them, but you HAVE to run shocks, and to help stop the body roll leave the sway bars in. A car with air suspension is fine as a daily driver, I've been driving my truck with airbags everyday with over 500miles a week and I have never had a problem driving or anything breaking down. The biggest thing in keeping bags reliable is to use quality parts..don't use cheap parts just because they are cheaper..