While I'm daydreaming about my Cruisers still 16 years later; well, I gues is it 10:53, but I'm awake. Anyway, I'm still trying to decide what parts I'll be gradually ordering under the wife's radar. I figure if I bolt a few things on at a time she won't notice the current OME J lift increase until it's time to buy new tires sometime next Summer. Who know's, maybe I can sneak slightly larger than 315's in without notice. This is what I'm thinking now. 1...2" drop bump stops. 2...Man-a-Fre drop kit front and back instead of the Slee control arms. 3...6" Slee springs. 4...CV driveshafts front and back. 5...Drop bracket for the rear brakes. 6...DBA drilled/crossed rotors. 7...Longer brake lines for 6" lift. I already have the Slee adjustable panhards, sway bar drops. I'm trying to decide between 4:88 and 5:29's. Also debating 36" or 37" tires. Considering how much I drive on the highway I'll probably go 4:88. I'm also hesitant to go larger than 36's simply because when I used to run 38's on my Tacoma, I broke stuff regularly; but of course that was the Taco, but still I'm into reliability. I know 35's/315's are probably best overall for avoiding breakage, but I feel like a little more clearance would help. Of course I'm still debating keeping the OME J's and going with Man-a-Fre 30mm spacers with 36's. Of course with that I still feel as though the control arm drop kit would be a good idea, though I already have the OME castor bushings pressed in and I don't really want to take them out yet as they'd probably be too much correction with the Man-a-Fre control arm drop kit. But with the above, I don't know how comfortable I feel with spacers on top of my springs. 6" springs just seem better than J's with spacers. Anyway, the Hanna sliders will be ordered tomorrow if I can get anyone on the phone at Hanna. I only got voicemail today and no e-mail response yet. Then I'll order the Hanna rear bumper after that. So I have some time to decide which way to with the lift. Of course I could just stick with the J's and 315's. For now I hope the Durabak dries completely. It's cold again today here in NC and it might be a little warmer with the windows up.