Hello everyone. This has been bothering me for few months now, so I'm asking for other people's two cents. I went to a reputable shop and took my stock FJ in to get my front lower control arms replaced and 5100s installed. That's it. I asked them to level the vehicle, and they did with no problems. Truck looks great and I really don't think I need any more suspension modifications at this time. However, I just feel like the ride quality is dramatically worse. So much so in fact, that my girlfriend doesn't like riding in the FJ on long trips, as it makes her car sick. I also feel the roughness just driving around town when I go over rough pavement or potholes. Just wondering if maybe it's because I am still running stock springs? Do I need new adjustable UCAs to fix this? Orrr are Bilstein 5100s/off-road optimized shocks just noticeably siffer than street shocks? Maybe it's the lower control arms? (I have no idea what brand the shop put in). I was running Monroe shocks for years prior. I went with these shocks because they seem to be a great value for the money and the reviews are awesome. I'm just not getting the hype in my experience. Would like to know other peoples' thoughts. Thanks!