I got mine for day-to-day driving, and it's VERY much worth getting if you want to draw attention to yourself. Especially here in the NorthEast, it's not all that common of a sight, so when getting in & out of the car in parking lots, it really sometimes make people do a double-take.
...plus, despite a stock body, it really makes it stand out & will get a lot of praise.
...the only bad, as stated before, is that there is a learning curve when closing the doors because you have to get use to where the catch lines up when shutting the door. After awhile... it becomes 2nd hand... just warn anyone who enters your car not to let the door fall down on its own... that'll just make it sag & also throw it off balance in which case it'll eventually have to be recalibrated.
Check below, that's how it was changed from a weld-on kit to a true bolt-on kit. There's 2 struts on this kit which makes it a little more powerful than others, but be forewarned... professional installation to make this a bolt-on ain't gonna be cheap!