Quick recap: OME light/medium springs/shocks with offset bushings in arms. Caster is about 1.4 - 1.5 degrees. Very light/loose steering. I am going to redo the front axle this weekend. That should take care of any concerns on the bearing end of things. I am also going to replace the tie rod and relay link ends because I don't want to have to think about them again. My understanding is that the offset bushings give 2 degrees of correction and Slee's plates give 4 degrees. If I remove the offset bushings and put in stock, I should be at about -0.5 degrees. Then do the plates and I am at 3.5 degrees. Does that sound right? Since I am under there, is it worth it to just go ahead and do it all? We are taking a family vacation at the end of August and plan to put 1400+ miles on the LC. It is not a relaxing ride as it is right now, and doing 1400 miles with 4 kids in the car over 7 days could get a bit tense!! Any input would be greatly appreciated.