Hey, I guess it depends on what you want out of your car. You've got to consider both performance and comfort (NVH levels) and choose the style that fits your needs. Some have spherical bearings that greatly help traction and performance, but the NVH levels might be too high so on a daily driver it might be annoying or uncomfortable when you drive over bumps. On the other end, you've got rubber and polyurethane LCAs that help absorb some of the shock so the ride is smoother. Steeda even has some LCAs that utilize both metal bearings and urethane bushings. Also, the shape of the LCA plays a role since it can be stiffer or able to flex, again to either increase performance or comfort. Personally, I'm going with the BMR TCA032 - have only heard good things about BMR. They're around $90 and increase traction by reducing wheel hop and keep the noise and vibration levels relatively unchanged so for me, that's perfect. Keep in mind most aftermarket LCAs require periodic greasing to function properly. Good luck!