Correct. I really liked the ELC on my old '85 slantback Seville--I had done a number of things to make that car a pretty good handler, even with the ELC shocks, but it had 4-wheel independent suspension and better geometry to start with. But, the Fleetwood's stock FE1 suspension and ELC couldn't keep up with what I want. So, in addition to new control arms/bushings, I added Dick Miller triangulation braces, Moog variable-rate cargo-coil springs, and Bilstein shocks. The trailer hitch also adds some frame rigidity. The car had Airlift1000 bags for awhile, but so far I like it better without them. Up front is rebuilt suspension, the bigger swaybar and urethane bits, Bilsteins, a frame brace by the swaybar, 2.5 turn steering box with a Borgeson intermediate shaft and rebuilt steering column. So, nothing dramatic, but decent for a daily driver. Not as cushy as it was, but more fun to drive. Still stuck with 15-inch rims and squishy sidewalls, but it corners pretty flat and goes through twisties okay. When pushed to the tire limits, it's relatively neutral with slight understeer, easy to tweak with gas/brake. Sometime in the next year I hope to copy 96Black's conversion to 18" CTS rims and low-profile tires, which should make a huge difference.