I have them all the way around on my car. I went from H&R Race springs to a 300/475 combo. Install wasn't that bad. But I already had MM caster/camber plates. So it was just a matter of removing old springs, assembling coilovers, and re-installing. It took me a few hours to get all four done. And that includes pulling the driver side apart 3 times due to installer (me) error. I did find that the dust boots for the struts didn't fit inside the springs. So I left them off. The next hardest part was getting it adjusted where I wanted it and making it level. That required pulling a tire, making an adjustment, lowering it back down, then rolling it back and forth a few times for the tires to settle. I'm close to where I want it, but I'm waiting to finish some other things before dropping it anymore. And to me the ride is similar to the H&R's. In fact more than once I forgot I had done the coilovers until I hit a turn. The car feels more stable and planted to me.