Well I can say I have mad love for the auto hobby shop on base, $5/hr and I got a rollaway, air tools, and a hydro lift. Can't really beat that. 2 1/2hrs later, after some malletizing on the rear, and we were washing our hands and paying our renters fee of $12!!! SWEEEET! The whole thing went real smooth, here the front And the rear, like I said some mild malletizing was required (good thing I'm an aircraft mech.., meck??? err I fix planes ) , which lead to a realignment. That was more or less bought because the shocks cost me less then I thought they would, being wrong is good! And were done, the shocks were adjustable by half turns up to 100% stiffer then the factory shocks, I went with two in the front, and four in the rear (out of a max of 5), it has since proven to keep more weight on the front wheels (which was the idea in the first place. Koni claims there shocks work well with any springs, and they work well with the skunk2 that's for certian. All in al a fun project, and my first real experience working on a car (besides oil & plugs and stuff).