Yes, I have experimented with a softer swaybar settings and less compression/rebound on the Ohlins, but when using Hoosier race tires, the car does want to roll due to the sticky tires. Hoosier even recommends, -3.0 camber, stiffer swaybars settings, stiffer springs, to keep the tires flat on the surface of the track. So, I am drifting towards those settings, but still using my car daily. Changing the swaybars to a stiffer f & r setting definately changes the roll center. Its like changing the spring rate a little stiffer, but it only works a smooth tracks. Bumpy tracks require softer springs and swaybar settings. I really don't want to go that direction, so I will bandaid the spring rate on bumpy tracks and back country roads. I have found that using my OEM wheels and Michelins PS4's with spacers to the fender lips give a good ride even in those conditions. The weight of the wheels/tires/spacers and the fulcrum effects of the spacers/weight on the springs allow for a smoother ride.