With selections starting YEARS ago based on "true centering" at 3/4" to "best compromise without getting queasy over decreased spline contact" at 1/2", there are now numerous makers that offer either. Months back I learned about someone marketing 5/8" sets presumably to split the difference.
As far as "current best in class" that's semi-subjective. There's structural tube, structural pipe and milled billet aluminum, with likely several fabbers of each. You can get a variety of bushings - rubber, poly, and swivel style to answer concerns over torsion bind through severe travel - especially on the top arms (some guys leave the oem rubber or install new rubber) and again on the lowers if using monstrous stab bar. I hear the cure for not twisting the lowers to hell is installing a Panther body stab bar.
You may have seen my thread regarding too-tight fit trying to install a 3/4" longer DS with 3/4" extended arms that are adjusted a little less than full extension. You're in better shape - you can just pick your favorite length and then style and brand, and just extend the DS accordingly to your actual. Some guys are concerned with the spring perch getting shifted too far with the longer extensions.
For D. Miller stuff I'd just Search/google or just call them. Other smarter guys can add more. How did you hurt your CF DS?
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