There have been several threads and a few articals on them and the general thought is to actually stay away from them. They actually hurt the stability by making it a little more difficult to tun by changing the front end geomitry. They add aditional unsprung wheel weight which can put alot of wear and tear on the hubs and ball joints. You would be alot better off saving up a little lnger and getting +1 or 2 A arms. You can still use the stock shocks if you don't get long travel, there are sever manufactures that offer package deals that include breaklines and and longer tie rods.