Yeah. I just want to make it very clear that I LOVE the Corolla and always will. It is a great, perfect car. The only reason I got the IS300 so quickly was because it is so much like the Corolla. The Corolla was my first car, and I will never forget it. I love people who dedicate time and money to show love to their Corolla. I don't want to see them all die off like mine did. So I encourage people to take GOOD care of their Corolla. Scott, you know this because you only use Corolla parts on yours. You know what it means to properly mod a Corolla so that it still remains true to Corolla. And Grinder, you are doing a good job the same way by keeping it true to Corolla. I appreciate that! I can see your hard work over the years. It takes one of us to notice. But the average passerby won't have the eye for it or even care. I bet Scott's car looks like "only a Corolla" to plenty of people, even though we all see very differently. I spent years of money, blood, sweat, tears over my car trying to build it into something spectacular. I was young and ignorant. I modded the Corolla in ways that I would not repeat, I have learned valuable lessons. So, I try to pass those lessons onto other people so they don't waste time and money like I did. I would do it completely different if I could start over. But I can't, that is impossible. So, I try and prod others to mod their Corollas in a tasteful way that makes it unique, but still Corolla. So I will mod my Lexus (even if it is a piece of $*** like you said) with Lexus parts and it will always look only like an IS300. Nothing else. I have learned to love the car for what it is, just the way it is. But that's no fun! We always want to mod and change it! That's the hard part, finding ways to make it different in the correct way. So Grinder, you said that you got over the green wheel thing and that you already want to change it to something else. It was after that I said why you want green wheels anyway, only because you said you weren't liking them anymore yourself. So I applaud you. Of course, now you're out that set of wheels unless you get all the paint off somehow. But I definitely like the idea of widened stockies with coilovers. Gives it a stock look, but slammed, flush, clean, baller. Good luck mate!!