Hello all, couldn't really find any posts relating to this although it could just be my computer illiteracy. With my car still on its original shocks and springs at 92k, they are not as strong obviously as they used to be. I am looking at changing them and thinking, well, i might as well drop it a bit as well just to give slightly better handling because at the moment, I could fit a dog inbetween the wheel and the arch. I am not going to track day performance etc, this is a family car which ferries the kids to school and picks up the shopping from Tesco's. She is a bit wallowing in the bends, and I just want to sort her out safety wise especially with bad weather approaching in a few months. So, what do you guys think is best? I have spoken to HH, I am waiting on them to get back to me to see if they can source the A Spec kit. My options at present are this: 1 - lowering springs/original shocks 2 - sport suspension kit - Koni Sport Suspension Kit - Demon Tweeks 3 - Honda A Spec Now, I don't like option 1 really, I am not trying to just get the look, I want the stability as well so putting new springs onto 92k shocks isnt, to me, a good idea. The sport suspension kit looks interesting and drops it a bit more whilst giving some adjustability regarding hardness. I like my cars to feel firm on the road, but not break my back or ruin the comfort. Ideally, the A Spec would be best, engineered by Honda specifically for the car so you get to keep the refinement, don't need to declare it to the insurance company as its OEM equipment etc. Anyone got the A Spec, how is it? Would you recommend it? What are everyones thoughts on the sport suspension kit by Koni? Any thoughts on this? My previous experience messing with cars for most of my life, although I am not a mechanic, tells me the OEM stuff is best ideally, but that the sports suspension should be a close second. Replace all components for safety rather than just slapping some lowering springs on the car.