Pros: Feel an improvement over stock. It's ok if your on a budget and just want bigger tires.
Cons: Harder on suspension components. Loose feel over bumpy roads from rear like it wants to slide around.
Comments: Got this installed by a shop. They forgot to put my new shocks in and blundered a few things but with just the lift installed I felt a smoother ride on highway and I love the look it gave my Jeep. I put in a fair amount of research into this and people were recommending Daystar and overall reviews said that it was the best spacer lift out there. Once you see how it works and understand the mechanics of whats being done to your suspension, you will want something of far better quality like a spring lift which I will be building into my Jeep as soon as I can afford some thing like an OME or Ironman lift. This may be only speculation on my part but Daystar lifts are probably best suited for vehicles that aren't too old and the suspension still has some "oomph". I still feel though it will wear things a lot quicker than a spring lift. There is just something about crushing down on weak springs and adding in things that weren't really meant to be there that gives you that feeling of "cheapness" that a budget boost costs. I read it a bazillion times on here and I am one of them now. "Save your money and do it right the first time."