Hey guys, So after a year of owning my 2005 GT, and upgrading quite a bit, I still have a nagging voice in my head telling me the suspension and road manners could be better. This is strictly a street car, but I do like roadtrips and mountain roads. It's my 4th mustang, but I have been spoiled by 2 E92 BMW's and a G37S coupe. What I'm missing from the mustang is a general feel of confidence and feedback or steering feel that the bimmers gave me. I know it will never be a BMW, but I would like to strive for more of that confidence inspiring feeling. If that makes any sense. I really don't like NVH, and I spent a lot of time on sounddeadening the mustang, so I guess that kinda rules out a lot of the harder style bushings found in most aftermarket suspension set ups. Would also like to address the tramlining, but that might just be an alignment thing. What I have now: - ST XTA coilovers set on medium to soft settings. - UMI adjustable panhard bar to correct for the lowering - (next spring) 4x 19x9.5 wheels with 275/35/19 square What I had in mind: - FRPP rear lower control arms (GT500/trackpack ones) - GT500 front lower control arms - new stock outer tie-rod ends - upgraded front and rear swaybars (no idea which ones) - subframe connectors (I know the S197 is better than the SN95, but I still feel floppyness) Am I on the right track? What else can I do to improve steering feel and overall confidence? Thanks!