Can my 07 GT be made to handle with comfort in my 95% street, 5% auto-cross driving? I thought I had what it takes: - Tokico single adjustable dampers - Ground Control adjustable springs ("coilover" setup, Eibach "street sport" stiffness, sold by Ground Control, not sure of actual spring rate), lowered about 1-3/4" - Ground Control adjustable strut mounts - Roush Stage 3 (I think) full metal heim joint rear suspension; UCA, LCAs, panhard - lowered LCA mounts - Steeda rear anti-sway bar This setup puts the power (482 rwhp from a tuned down Whipple 2.3l SC) to the ground for sure, and handles on rails, but look out for those speed bumps - ouch! I've played with damper rates, definitely makes a difference, but even at the softest setting the rear end is too stiff. So where should I start? I suspect it's spring rate or maybe sway bar (I've read most aftermarket sway bars are way to beefy) - but I don't want to go spending a bunch of $ unnecessarily. BTW you might wonder why I have so many different brands of suspension parts on this car - it's the 4th S197 I've owned, and many of these parts were from cars I formerly owned, and were on them prior to my ownership. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and experience!