I agree on all counts Castnea! Worth reading a few posts back where I experimented with softer springs on the Ohlins. Results were good but the car sat too low. I didn't stretch the springs to compensate for the lower rate - my mistake. I could have gone further but decided to pull the plug and sell them on. Since I was focussed on road suspension only, the 'track' performance side of the Ohlins wasn't utilized much. It made sense to sell them on, buy standard shocks and put the change towards other jobs for the car. The Ohlins went to a cutter who uses his car on the track and sometimes on the road - perfect application, he was very happy with the kit. They are brilliant dampers - they never once knocked or made any weird sounds like I've had with a cheap coilover kit in the past. It would be awesome if Ohlins offered a 'Road' kit with standard height dampers and road friendly springs... take out 'track' bits which would reduce costs... one can wish. I hear you on the body-roll. I have no real problem with it, I know some do. It makes the car feel more natural, in the way you can feel the response. Our setups are near identical it seems (apart from springs). As you say, the ride comfort is as good as it gets - I'm really impressed with it. Sure, handling isn't 'razor sharp' but it delivers a great ride, perfect for a daily.