I'll cut to the quick... We all know the great benefits of a good r&p, but we also have to acknowledge the possible pitfalls, like poor fit, lousy turning radius, horrible bump steer, exorbenant cost, loss of ground clearance, etc., etc., etc. So, once again, I'm here to ask: can't the original system be made to perform well? Sure, the steering system that came stock on our cars is far from ideal (hell, what system is?), but at least it was engineered for our cars. Post your best parts, tips, ideas, dreams that could/would improve the stock system. Here are some of mine: Already available: - Shelby quick steer kit (for manual steering cars) - Bump steer corrector kit from Global West or others (supposed quickens steering response) - Flaming River boxes (19:1 and 16:1) - box rebuild kits - poly rag joint - p/s pump pressure control valve (to limit overboosting p/s and add feel back) - roller idler arm - new rams & rebuild kits - new center link & tie rods Wish list: - Quick steer kits for p/s cars - integral p/s box - spindles with relocated tie rod attachment point (to quicken steering and eliminate bump steer) - variable rate p/s box (speed sensitive would be nice) - $10000000.00 to buy the only cars that I'd replace the Mustang with Who's next?