Back in June I found I had the common snapped spring issue, so I replaced the whole lot with a set of Eibach Pro springs. I'm really pleased with how they look, especially combined with the 20mm spacers on the rear. It's fine around town however when on a spirited drive on country lanes / bumpy roads, the car keeps bottoming out. I took it up to the Highlands a few weeks ago and found myself having to drive at 5/10, scared of any approaching bumps. The same trip a couple of months earlier on the standard suspension (and pre-spacers) provided no problems whatsoever. I thought it was the spacers at first (there's slight markings to the outer rim of the rear tyres) but from recent driving it seems as if it's more than that - sounds a lot more "bang" like rather than the grazing noise from the tyres catching if you get me. Bushes, droplinks etc have all been renewed and it's recently had a full Hunter alignment so there's nothing wrong there. So where do I go from here? Have the arches rolled to see if this gets rid of the issues (probably not) New set of OEM dampers and springs (I know this "works" but I'd lose the improved look, and it'd only be a matter of time before a spring snapped again) Replacing the OEM dampers with some uprated ones, eg Bilstein B8 (not guaranteed to solve the problem so could be potentially be a waste of money) Coilovers - this seems like the best option as I could match the current height of the Eibachs but have firmer damping so no bottoming out? I wouldn't want a harder ride though if I could get away with it I'm not interested in super lowz - I just want to be able to drive our roads at a decent pace without worrying I'm smashing my car to bits or having my teeth rattled out! Budget would probably be around £800. Would appreciate some opinions / advice. Thanks.