Is there a consensus yet on what the most well-sorted lowered suspension available for the Model 3 might be right now? Just want to make sure I have a clear picture of all the Model 3 suspension options... I'm loathe to spend a bunch of money on an expensive car upgrade without some more info (this from a guy who ordered a performance model without a test drive). I drive fairly hard sometimes, and may consider an occasional track day but I don't anticipate much competitive driving... I'm kind of looking for (1) well sorted solution, with no odd noises, rattles, rubs, alignment problems, etc, with (2) substantially less wheel gap - I don't have to tuck the wheels behind the fenders, but something lower than stock with (3) no reverse rake, and (4) firm confident handling that can be reasonable enough for street driving too. I'm thinking that I'll need coilovers to satisfy my requirements (3) and (4) above... but these are all the options I know of. 1. MPP Coilovers, $2,350. So far it seems this may be the best available and the most expensive option. I saw the video of the MPP car on the track, haven't seen a thorough third party review of the coilovers (there are two versions, comfort and sport). Also from MPP - not for lowering, but - camber and toe arms seem to be worthwhile (though I haven't read many reviews on them). It seems good to have to keep things well sorted. Unsure if a front end solution is in the works, and haven't seen a full review of them, would be interested to hear experiences. 2. Unplugged Performance springs, $365 (Seems to be a very popular option, but some issues with reverse rake, and reports of new noise in the cabin and especially rear-end noise is giving me pause): Mild is 1" drop, only for RWD Model 3. Moderate is 1.5" drop, dual rate springs. (only option for AWD/performance model) Low is 2.1" drop, only for RWD. 3. TSportline Springs. $350. 1" drop. Somewhat softer than other springs (any NVH issues?). Reverse rake seems less noticable (maybe only because it's not a very big drop). RWD only. Any AWD/perf option in the works? 4. Eibach Springs. $324. 1.2" drop, available for RWD only. I have heard very little about them - curious about the NVH experience compared to the UP springs, and if this too gives the appearance of reverse rake, etc. Anyone done a full review on these? Pictures? Any thoughts about Eibach on the rear, with Unplugged on the front to get rid of reverse rake? Might not be good to mix and match (I'm not pretending to be an expert, feel free to explain if this is a dumb idea). 5. Unplugged Performance Coilovers (pre-order for $1995). I have no info on them other than what's on UP's website. Any thoughts on how these might be expected to compare to the MPP coilovers from folks who know more about coilovers than I do? Maybe the best option might be to wait a year and see what other options come available?