Question about lowering springs on my '99 LS400
I've got a 1999 LS400 that I'm wanting to lower a little bit. I think it would improve handling, decrease body roll, maybe even help with MPG a little bit. I've got stock wheels on it, (16's) and for now I don't plan on getting bigger wheels. I'm kind of choosing between Tanabe DF210 springs and H&R Sport springs...from what I've been told the H&R's have less of a drop than the Tanabe's do, and from what I can find online the H&R's are about 300$, whereas the Tanabe run around 250$. Since I don't want to do anything super extreme to my car (and even a drop of 2 inches isn't anything special when you compare it to actually slamming the car) should I go with the Tanabe's or stick to the even more conservative H&R's?
What's gonna look best with stock wheels, while not stiffening up the ride too much to the point that it doesn't ride comfortably anymore? I don't want to completely throw ride quality out the window, ya know. I probably should also consider replacing shocks and/or struts too. I guess to sum it up, I want a slightly more aggressive look, better handling would be nice (but I don't have the cash for coil-overs) and but I don't want it to be super uncomfortable and harsh either. I appreciate any input.