It's been well over a year since I lowered my VFII Redline. I did this because the stock VFII Redline looks like it's quite high with large gaps in the guards. For some reason, I don't notice it so much on VE's and earlier model VF's, in fact, I would have left it stock if it looked like many of the VE's I see on the road (any explanation or is this just my imagination?). So I installed Eibach springs all round with the stock FE3 shocks. I chose this brand due to its reputation and a conservative claimed ride height. Right from the start, I was not happy with the rear end as it looks lower than the front. I measured from the centre cap to guard and there is a 1.5-2cm variance from the front. Not sure if that is a fair comparison but I was almost certain that the clearance to guard was the same on all 4 wheels (correct me if I am wrong please). I was pretty happy with the ride quality but over time with more driving experience, I feel the ride is not so great. Rough roads rattle the car and going around corners on a not so perfect road give the rear end a feeling that is not confident and jittery (if that makes sense). I can't remember how the stock setup felt in comparison but my gut tells me that something does not feel right. I have also had a scrape under the car at a shopping centre car park ramp and petrol station. One of my plans for the future was to replace the stock shocks with Bilstein B8's as this would allow me to raise the back up a little bit as there is some clip that allow the installer to raise things up a little This would, in theory, give me the look I was after, prevent any scrapes and give me a better ride. Recently I have seen some feedback from folks running B8's that have thrown my plans as they claim that whilst the B8's handled very well, the ride is very harsh. My car is a weekend driver now and in most cases is used with my family rising along with me so comfort is important to me. Any suggestions on what my options are??