I'm upgrading the suspension of my 2007 GT500 which will spend ~70% of its time on the street and ~30% autocrossing, as well as the occasional track day. I'm going with a full Cortex strut-style suspension (coilovers, torque arm and Watts link) but am debating on whether to go with the Cortex K-member and front lower control arms or with the Maximum Motorsports K-member. Since the car will spend a good portion of its time on the street, NVH is a concern -- so I plan to go with the rubber motor mount option on the Cortex unit and use the stock Ford motor mounts for MM unit. I expect that the MM K-member would result in near stock levels of NVH, so my concern is what to expect from the Cortex unit. Assuming that the rubber motor mounts successfully address any engine-related vibration, I'd like to get some feedback on how much NVH to expect from the use of rod ends on the Cortex FLCAs. Since this same K-member and FLCAs are used in the Cortex SLA setup, any experience anyone has had with that option would be helpful too. Thanks!