If you don't mind poor ride comfort, poor handling, loud noises every time you hit a bump, and constantly having to tear your suspension apart to rebuild them, then I guess that's an option (but you'll end up paying more in new alignments and lots of time you can't drive the car since you're having to remove the suspension and send it off for rebuilds frequently). I have KYB AGX adjustable struts on my car, and in the last eight years I have adjusted them a total of three times.. once when I first installed them, once when my ex was preganant (to soften the ride), then again to set them back to the initial settings I had after our daughter was born. I'm really not sure why you would need to be constantly readjusting your suspension settings.. unless you get crappy coilovers that need to be rebuilt frequently and lose their dampening quickly (or you're competitively racing). And with about 80k miles on them, my struts still don't need a rebuild.
Same goes with the Fortune Auto 500s. I have never heard anything good about them.. except from people who clearly have no clue what they're talking about and wouldn't even know when their struts are blown out. People who's opinion I actually value that have experience with the Fortune Auto 500 all say they're junk.. poor ride quality, poor craftsmanship, wear out quickly, poor handling characteristics, etc.
I really don't see the appeal of installing a suspension that will require constant adjustments and tear down for rebuilding. I have replaced struts on various Subarus probably a dozen times in the last 12 years, and it's not exactly what I would consider an enjoyable task. Personally, I would much rather have a part that works well from the start, and keeps working without having to constantly be investing more money and time to simply keep them working.
IF you guys really want fully adjustable coilovers that will work well from the start and not require constant maintenance, I highly recommend RCE Tarmac 2s, with KW v3s being a close second.