Here we go......
First off, like Powder said, it is way easier to get to the 12mm nuts on the tops of the rear towers if you take the seatbelt off. There is one bolt that holds it on that uses a 14mm socket and I used a 6" extension so I wouldn't bash my knuckles any worse than I already had at this point.
Here is one of the rear springs installed. The rears are much easiet than the fronts because there is no top washer you have to worry about and they can only go one way.
And here is my car now that it's dropped. I set up my re-alignment appointment for this coming Friday, and I set up an appointment for this coming Saturday to have teh sweeta$$ wheels/tires you see in my avatar re-balanced and put back on the car, after they remove the wonderful screw I ran over in the fall from one of them.
You can definately see that the fender gap up front is MUCH less than stock. I'm a happy guy, and I'm proud to say that I'm finally done modding!