Morning - so I joined here 6 months ago to sell our old 2002 200k mile C5 4.2 Avant, having bought a B8 RS4 for the better half. The old girl is now long gone (the C5, not the wife) to a new home as a daily run about for a true petrol head. He also runs a tuned Sapphire Cossie, so I`m assuming it`s in good loving hands! As for the RS4, it`s been great. The wife loves it, and it does daily duties for her aswell as dog transportation and band gear moving for me very well, if being a little smaller than the old C5. However, the first problems have arisen! It needed a new aux fuel pump - £500 ish, paid for by the warranty that came with the car. More costly were the first DRC issues. The front offside damper had somehow rubbed it`s pipe and dumped it`s oil, resulting in (at least) a new front damper and one of the new pumps at the rear. Both expensive bits and lots of fitting - looked like £2500 / £3000 to fix, and the warranty company wouldn`t cover `leaks` so declined any claim. Quick word with our local specialist - we`re lucky enough to be 5 miles for Dialynx - and we decided on the coilover route. I um`d and ah`d over how much adjust-ability I`d need and use as this is a road car and will never see a track, and in the end opted for the KW version 1 set. Fixed rate dampers for fast road with adjustable height, and comes with a blanking kit to seal off the old DRC gubbins. Car back from Dialynx today and I have to say it`s been a great choice. It`s now really nicely damped, gets smoother as you get a little quicker and seems very controlled. The ride height has been left around the same as standard to be daily friendly to speedbumps. Total cost: £1525 for the KW set £485 for fitting and 4 wheel alignment (5 1/2 hours) So all in I`m less than the remedial work on the DRC, without the threat of further problems and the car is driving better than ever. Result!