o/ My Z4 needs some suspension work doing, but I'm not sure if I should be looking to get more done than is needed right away while the garage has got the car on the ramp etc? I'm told that the front wishbones and rear bushes have play, and need replacing. I figure that if the front wishbones needs doing, then why don't the rears? Same point regarding the front bushes if the rears need replacing? Trouble is, I've never know anything about suspension, and this only gets worse when people start talking about shocks, dampers and struts (somebody told me that these are the same thing?) and springs? Basically, the car has done 90k now, and I don't often get time to get work done on it, so if there's anything obvious that's worth doing without breaking the bank, then it'd be good to do it. Nobody I've spoken to so far seems to understand what I'm talking about though... ( I'd like the handling to be good, but I don't really want to compromise on ride quality as I do 30k year. Having the OEM components refreshed seemed like a good starting point before I started thinking about ARBs etc... Can anyone join the dots together to draw a pretty picture I can understand please?