I really can't decide. Please help me! B&G - 1"F/1"R - I've talked to B&G and these were originally made for the Touring overseas - additionally, they tested a local Touring and say the fitment is perfect. However, I really don't like how the front of the Prius sticks up, and these springs don't correct that issue. In some of the pictures you can see the front wheel well looks a lot larger than the back. H&R - 1.4"F/0.7"R - I think the lower front gives a more balanced look. Unfortunately I haven't had a chance to speak to H&R to learn if this product was made for the Touring or was ever tested. Fingas installed H&R springs on his Touring and it seemed to work, which it's in the discussion. B&G: See how the front is a little higher when the its lowered 1" all around. Here is a picture from B&G, it looks like their front tire is flat which makes me REALLY suspicious. (Did they lower the tire pressure to make the front appear lower?...HMMM) Here you can really see how much larger the front wheel looks. This just looks bad. The wheels are too big making it hard to tell that it's been lowered... [IMGLINK]http://priuschat.com/forums/attachments/gen-ii-prius-modifications/14473d1241315011-b-g-suspension-s2-sports-springs-now-available-04-09-prius-side-view_1.jpg [/IMGLINK] This is the most balanced Prius with B&G springs but it's too small to tell for sure. [IMGLINK]http://i365.photobucket.com/albums/oo96/SyCoQc/Prius/Image1_SyCo.jpg[/IMGLINK] H&R/Eibach (Eibach also has a 1.4" front drop): H&R - the front still looks high but much improved [IMGLINK]http://priuschat.com/forums/attachments/gen-ii-prius-modifications/24762d1280683913-my-2007-prius-touring-mods-inside-imageuploadbytapatalk.jpg [/IMGLINK] Eibach - you can see the subtle dive forward and it seems to even the height of the wheels. [IMGLINK]http://priuschat.com/forums/attachments/gen-ii-prius-modifications/25653d1284670310-new-wheels-work-meister-s1-white-white-we-call-rick-ross-w2.jpg [/IMGLINK] Thanks for letting me re-post member's pictures. If you have either of these springs, I'd love to hear what you think! Thanks!