Was running the OEM struts, which at least two blew out over the past couple months due to the wonderful work DOT does on the roads here in SW Washington. After quite some time researching, and speaking with William from Silver's, I settled on a set with 8k front and rear Swift springs.
Install on the rear was a bit of an adventure as you have to unbolt everything from the control arm to swap out the struts, and I 100% recommend disconnecting the swaybar on both sides from the start, otherwise bolts will bind up on ya. Front was a bit smoother, but again I recommend disconnecting the swaybar before unbolting the struts.
Ride quality is fantastic with dampers set 10 clicks down from full hard. The car feels way more stable, and planted. With the car lowered about 1.75" from OEM height, the rear has -2.5 degrees of camber, the front is almost dead on 0 degrees camber. Aftermarket RCAs will be needed for camber adjustment back there, so keep that in mind if you're concerned. Get an alignment to fix the toe in caused by the camber reduction and you won't have any problems.
Overall, I would 100% recommend these to any of my friends. The customer service alone is worth the purchase, the fact the product quality is great (at least for the first few hundred miles I've driven so far) is just a bonus. 10/10 quit hesitating and throw Silver's Suspension some of your hard earned cash!
Installed on my WRX and completely transformed the ride for the better, I couldn't have built a better coilover myself!