Alright guys, I kind of have an idea... I recently purhcased some new suspension to upgrade the stock stuff, I went with eibach pro-kits and KYB AGX adjustable struts and shocks. They're not installed as of yet, still on the living room floor. I went with these products more from recommendation rather than experience and also because the Bullitt kit is backordered for like the rest of the century. Anyway, what's the deal with "adjustable" suspension, I assume the point is to "adjust" for different applications, i.e. street driving, track, autocross, etc., etc. If that is correct, then what settings should I have my suspension set at for normal daily driving? and the occassional visit to the 1/4 mile track? The struts and shocks have 4 settings on them, increasing their dampening from 1 to 4 (I think, might be the other way around, but I just need to understand the concept). Thanks for your help!