My '92 LX convertible is basically stock at the moment (mods in sig). I'm going to be doing a blower soon, but I also want to improve the handling somewhat. It doesn't need to be a road race machine (I plan on building another car for that), but I would like it to do better. It is a daily driver during the summer. Here is what I had in mind: -H&R Sport springs -Front & rear polyurethane spring isolators -MM pinion snubber -Tokico shocks & struts (non-adjustable) -MM caster/camber plates -MM rear lower control arms (adj. or non-adj.?) -MM panhard bar -MM stock replacement rear sway bar (1", stiffer than stock) Does this sound like a good street setup? Am I missing anything? I'm considering doing a MM torque arm setup later on down the road, but this should get me started. Let me know what you guys think. Have I picked bad parts? Should I consider anything else? I want to keep it cheap and simple, so no coil over or tubular K member suggestions please. Thanks!