Well the compliance bushings on the the StepWGN have seen better days and won't pass the MOT equivalent here this year. Unfortunately due to the rarity of parts I'm stuck with a few options, in order of expense OEM Honda arm 600+, Chinese arm (waiting on reply), and of equal cost polyurethane bush and Febest rubber bushes. The ball joint and front lower bush look to be fine. Question becomes would replacing just the compliance bush with polyurethane and leaving the rest be advises or if replacing with polyurethane should I do the front bush as well? If I went with rubber I would only do the compliance bush and leave the rest but given the importance of the bush I'm hesitant to go with the febest part and potentially need to do it again in a short time. The Honda OEM is just out of the budget at the moment and the Chinese spurious may or may not be any good but might be worth a go if the price is right. Any thoughts in particular to the mixing of rubber and polyurethane in the suspension? If I do go the polyurethane route would it be advised to do the entire suspension sway bar, top mounts etc which negates any savings on just replacing the control arm bushes? I'd really only be looking at longevity given I don't really throw the bus around corners or drive it all that hard.