I have a rear tower brace, since it's multi-functional for use with hauling stuff around as well. The rear always seems to 'take a second' to get planted with the separated rear spring set-up. I found I really liked it when I was prepared for a hard corner, but I absolutely hate how much time you will/could lose when it is a 'less smooth transition' and body roll becomes a massive shift in balance/weight.Will probably add a touch of front toe-out before the Packwood Championship Tour now that I'm trusting what the rear will do. Not that turn-in is slow, but I found I would get behind in steering if I wasn't paying full attention, so a little sauce to make up for my own shortcomings.
After the Tour, I'll likely try some spring adjustments (front & rear) in conjunction with swapping to the Strano rear swaybar on soft.
Again, I'm set for more 'all-around' and just need to figure out where to focus when it's more tarmac oriented. The rear is one thing, my coilovers are valved way off from the spring ratio (yeah, all bought as a package that came from Taiwan so I guess it's no surprise!). I'm gonna add a larger front sway bar in an attempt to settle the rear and balance them via softer dampening with harder chassis, if that makes sense. Lots of runs need to be made indeed! I'm still in testing mode after 2 months, lol.