No problem, you’ll have to send pictures when you’re done. It seems to continue to settle somehow for a while and becomes a little more even across, but still has a rake which I do like too. It pretty much mimics exactly factory look, just about 2.5” lower. My opinion the lowering is absolutely necessary if you’re throwing 24s on it. When I had the wheels on before lowering it looked pretty weird. Ha. There’s a before/after picture in this thread somewhere I can resend if you can’t find it. I used a 295/35 with no rubbing and you can use a 305/35 if you want a bit more meat. I don’t believe those could possibly rub. I also already have 30,000 miles on the tires and they have quite a bit left in them. Wouldn’t be surprised if I get to 60k. Some people have worried about the alignment with the lowering but my shop got it pretty close to factory and just rotate the tires at oil changes and no issues with any weird tire wear. As far as what to expect to pay, I think around $500 is fair I guess? It is a decent amount of work and will take a shop with proper tools probably about 4-5 hours. Then the alignment maybe another $100, so great if you can get it all done at the same place. So if you can get it done and aligned for between $450-6 you’ve done fine. Good luck!