Seems the only universal comments revolve around under steer and comfort , leading to the track / road compromise .
I think I will go down the active shock route , I can't find anyone who has actually done this ( bar manual system)
4 of my other cars use active shocks and they DO work well.
For me the tein efdc active pro system seems pretty good and a real bargain price point .
The ability to adjust in use has to be a massive advantage and it's based on actual feedback from accelerometers , not how the driver feels it's working .
I'm a techno geek and this appeals to me , the computer will always "think" faster than our reactions .
Surely the ability to sense pitch and roll and then factor for speed in corrections can't be bettered by a static setting ?