:thumbup: you know you're lowered when your jacking down the car,and you get nervous and you think the jack is broken because the time that is required to remove the jack from under the car is a lot longer than normal. also, when your eyes are adjusting to the wheel touching the ground, and, although you know you just added lowering springs, something looks "off" so finally, after battling with delay after dalay after delay, the springs are on (well the front at least) and oh, does the that feel sweet!!! besides the satisfaction of completing the job, seeing the car look like that is just awesome! i so love the look! i could not be more happy right now. i was thinking about completing the rears, as i have one side jacked up with the wheel off, but yet another complication has developed as the wheel lock on the drivers side has stripped! gotta get some freeze it, or whatever that stuff is called to break the nut off. i can't wait to see the finished product. as of right now, i actually lowered the jack in the back as much as i could just to appreciate the way the front looks. i can't wait to drive this thing. just waiting on a clutch! as for now, i left the center caps off, just to give the gangsta look for now. i can't express how amazing the car looks from every angle. i want to sit in the garage and just stare all night. but i'm tired. i'm getting started on the back tomorrow. hopefully everything was put back on the way they were taken off. and the car drives fine. as far as appearance is concernced...i'm well pleased. when i install the rears, which i don't think will be as difficult a job, i'll also be installing my neuspeed rear sway. :thumbup: :thumbup: i will post pics! sorry to keep recreating posts about the same topic, but a lot of you guys have been doing this along the way right with, so just wanted to keep you up to date!