So, as my car gets older, I can just tell, every single little crappy rubber component is getting more and more crappy. When I go, the clutch doesn't just shudder, but when I'm off it, sometimes the whole car will shake back and forth instead of letting me put power to the ground (feels like the wheels are getting closer/farther rythmically) - this effect goes away pretty soon. Otherwise, although turning feels pretty good because of my kickass tires, it's not 100% solid - there's almost a little play in steering, that still turns the wheels, but almost doesn't really affect the car' path (the end result is that, not so much in hard turns, but a lot especially in straights), the car feels a little unstable, like it's not tracking consistently, but it does. Basically, to sum it up, although when I force myself to, I can throw it into corners pretty hard, everything sort of feels like I shouldn't - the car just feels unsettling, like it won't be able to handle the turn without turning to mush.
So anyway, since it'll be near impossible to do anything to my car at college, I'm looking to get in anything that will really help me out now. I've done the rear diff mounts and outrigger bushings (made a HUGE difference in the first problem), and for reference, my struts feel fine (bumps are really np). I'm sure the answer is probably bushings and an alignment - which bushings/etc. are most likely to help out my problem? I'm on a rather limited budget, and I'd like to do the parts that are going to help out the most.
One last thing - since my car feels *worse* than most stock wrx's (even gd/gg), I'm sure my problem lies mostly in the rubber components, so I'm more keen on fixing those than adding something like a fender brace.