I have done some searching to see if anyone has admitted to not lowering their Cobra, but wanting to improve the suspension. I haven't found anything yet, so I will ask here. Background - I have a stockish 97 Cobra (73K on the odometer) with original shocks, bushings and OE springs. It was missing the stock strut tower brace when purchased in late 2016, but I found a used brace and got it installed. The car is used for cruising with my wife and spirited drives on the twisties; no track or autocross. After doing some research, I bought an MM FLSFC this spring and had them welded in. Very noticeable improvement in ride quality and quieter, with less rattles. Next year, I am looking at new rear shocks & quad shocks. I am considering Bilstein HD or Koni SA. Whichever brand I go with, the plan is to do the matching front struts the year after. Time line is stretched out due to budget constraints. BTW, the rears come first, as I have been bottoming out the rear shocks more often than I would like. Beyond this, other modifications that I am considering over time are the MM solid rack bushings, MM 4 point K member brace and possibly a MM panhard bar. Anyone have thoughts or suggestions about Bilstein versus Koni SA with stock springs or my plans in general?