Hi All, So this is bit of a long post so bare with it, however it might help others in my position! (Review is at the bottom) How it all started I purchased a T6 Kobi at the start of the year with 16 highline wheels fitted. The van sat like a monster truck, understandable as it is a van at the end of the day. I decided to get it fitted with genuine VW lowering springs when I purchased it for 2 reasons. 1st so it got rid of the mental arch gap & 2nd so I wouldn't panic going in and out of car parks. The genuine VW springs for those who aren't aware are 30mm eibach springs, they're not bad however it made the ride on 16" wheels very harsh. I stuck with it for a while but knew I wanted a change. 1st change was to get some 20" wheels to help fill the arches. I will be honest and this will surprise a lot of you. The 20" wheels on 30mm lowering springs were far more comfortable that the 16" wheels! like, night and day. I am running a 275/40/20 wheel and tyre combo and its lovely! Possibly because they are not commercial tyres. So 20" Wheels on 30mm springs. Well it was comfortable and looks a lot better however it wasn't without its disadvantages. 1st was the increase ride hight, the van now sat higher than 2M which is still ok for most car parks however some round by me are less than 2M and the local car wash is definitely less. Also the genuine lowering springs still account for the possibility of weight in the back. By that I mean the rear sat much higher than the front which was emphasised by the 20" wheels and detracted from the look. Options: 1) H&R 40mm Springs Only 2) H&R 50mm Springs Only 3) H&R Springs & Koni Shocks 4) Bilstein B14's 5) Van Slams 6) Stance + Why the stance? Well 1st why not the others? 1&2) H&R Springs, either the 40mm or 50mm... Both would lower the van however running on standard shocks at such a reduced height would probably compromise the ride, as the shocks are not deigned to run that low all the time. I would have to pay around another £200 for the sake of 10mm and reduce comfort. 3) H&R And Koni combo, I almost pulled the trigger on this set up! I get the ride height I want and assured ride quality with one of the best shocks in the business. The downside is the cost, its almost £1000 which for springs and shocks with no adjustment was a lot of cash. I just couldn't do it. 4) Bilstein's... So this is the one where I will no doubt get the biggest amount of comments but bare with me. It's not down to affordability, it's more down to the fact I think there are other things out there. I know Bilstein fans will defend them to the death. It's just for £1200 they didn't wow me. I will leave it there as I don't want it to spark a massive page debate. This review is for the Stance+ it's only my opinion and I am no professional racing driver or suspension Guru. 5) The van slams. Short and sweat really, heard good things, heard bad things. As with any products try them for your self. Quality looked good, enough adjustment however again for the price the Stance+ was worth a look. New Suspension Time & Review After much forum reading, debating and beer it was time to order a set. I had a 10% voucher on fleebay so I took the plunge and managed to pick a brand new set up for £250! Come on, £250 for coilovers? Really? So they arrived the following day I might add, initial impressions.... For £250 its ridiculous. The quality is fantastic, seriously, these equal the van slams, Tein, BC... The list goes on. Fitting, well... It wasn't a big job ( I am fortunate enough to have access to a 4 post car ramp) even if I didn't have a ramp this is still very easy to do on the floor. All you need is a set of spring compressors and basic tools really. The only thing I would say is that it would have been nice to have some instructions. Its not the end of the world, they are a fairly easy to fit item but I would have thought there would have been something. They do provide a C spanner but only the 1? So it's worth having another one to hand for the adjuster and locking ring. Unfortunately I didn't take any pictures during the install as I was pushed for time but 1 thing I did learn is everyone who says you need more adjustment, must leave it parked up as an ornament I have mine about half way down on the front and same on the rear and the ride quality is spot on, as is the height. The front is a tad lower than the rear so it doesn't bounce but overall its pretty equal. The drop has now taken the total height of the van down to 192cm to the top of the spoiler which is the highest point. That's sitting on 20" wheels as well. I would recommend doing this over a weekend and keep making adjustments as you go. After the initial set up my wheels would kiss the inner arch over bumps and fast roads. An increase in just 10mm has completely stopped that and it has a wicked stance! Over all ride quality is on par with most everything else? Not too hard, not crashy at all and a dramatic decrease in body roll which adds to the comfort. Height is so much nicer and there is still plenty of adjustment. They were easy to fit and arrived very quick. They also come with a 2 year warranty! Honestly, even if these were £500+ I would still pay it. I can't really think of anything bad, not just "Not bad for the money" they are genuinely really good quality coil overs. You don't flinch going over bumps, the road holding is dramatically improved, it's feels like a car. I'm not going to pretend its a Rolls Royce but is certainly no less comfortable than what I had before, and for a Van it is more than acceptable! I would say it is on par with a basic golf? One thing I have noticed is it is slightly noisier due to the stiffness as with ALL coilovers, but I am taking only a slight increase in road noise which is normal. We are certainly not shouting at each other Just wanted to be as honest as possible! Anyone thinking about getting a set, buy them. You won't regret it. I will add photo's later for everyone.