So here's my issue.... I've got an '88 CRX HF with a ragged out suspension. After being an extremely patient bargain hunter, I've managed to come up with some used Koni Yellows. Now I need to replace my springs, and that's where I need some help. The Konis aren't all from the same place. The front pair is for a DC Integra (I'm using EG civic shock forks to mount these). The rear pair, is for an Integra Type R (which should mount straight to my '88 LCAs). What kind of springs do I need? This is for a daily driver, by the way. I don't mind stiff, but I don't want race-car stiff. A small drop would be nice, but I don't want anything extreme. I know that either EF/DA or EG/DC springs should fit, but how about EK springs? If I use EG springs that advertise a mild drop, will I end up with no drop, or even a raise when I mount them on my 1850 lbs. car? Or if I use EG springs that are supposed to give a more radical drop, will I get the desired mild drop....but then too-heavy spring rates? Should I just stick with EF springs? Can I swap the front and rear springs, if I want to change the suspension balance? Does anyone have experience with this sort of hybrid suspension setup? Does anybody know what the front and rear spring rates are on Eibach Pro-Kit, Sportline, H&R, etc? Any recommendations? Dang, that's a long list of questions. I'd love to hear from everybody with an opinion on this one. Thanks in advance.