These pics where converted to stills from my mini DV camera, so they might not be the best.
Over all look of stock springs and Koni shocks.
This is the front with stock springs and Koni on low pecrch set to full soft.
Here is the rear on stock springs and Koni shocks set to the middle perch and full soft. I had them st on the low perch before, and it was just a bit lower then this, but as soon as you start putting things in the trunk, it would sink lower, so I moved them to the middle perch. The look right now is about 1/4" lower than normal, as I have my golf clubs and some other things in the trunk. It usually sits about 1/2"-3/4" lower than stock, while the front sits about 1" lower than stock. The stock springs have about 80K miles on them, so the ride height may vary for others who try this set up.
Overall, the ride feels like stock, but it just has the lower look. Perfect for those who want the stock confort, but want to get rid of some of that fender gap.