Originally Posted by Rooz
The Diff between the H&R OE Spport Springs and the H&R Sport springs is .5"
H&R OE Sport Springs drops 1.0"F and 0.5"R
H&R Sport Springs drops 1.5"F and 1.0"R
The Eibach Pro-Kit Springs drops 1.3" all around
More info HERE
Don't even think about Eibachs, they suck.
H&R OE sport springs
If you're looking for a stock ride feel use koni's shocks and install m3 control arm bushings. The bushings will help level out the feel of the road so that you won't feel the paint when you're changing lanes.
*I used the H&R sport springs because, one, I only have 17in rims, and, two, I was looking for a pretty aggressive street set up. I can take corners at 60 mph. I think you will be more than satisfied with your suspension.