The install was pretty straight forward. The only thing that differed from Steeda's instructions was the removal of plastic covers over the front bolts for the rear sub frame. The plastic covers hold a lot of road sand in them, so when I removed them it went everywhere. Making it a little difficult for my creeper and painful on the knees. Had I known, I would have taken them off before putting the jack stands in there.
I also sprayed half the bolt and washer assemblies for the sub frame with bright spray paint and let it dry before removal. This made it super easy to line back up and the car is straight and true down the road. I will be having the alignment checked in a week or so anyway.
The springs are still settling in a bit, I think it looks great. The ride is slightly stiffer, but still rides great. No more extreeeeeem lean during cornering or braking. Worth every penny in my book.
I do have pictures but I cant get them small enough to post up. If someone wants to tell me how, I will get them up as soon as I figure it out.