Hi guys. As i have'nt had my car that long, i have'nt had the chance to get a good look at the suspension yet. I'm applying my Mini experience to the 155 here, so if it does'nt apply, then tell me. If you lower your car, then the angle of camber will increase, IE lower gives more NEGATIVE camber, with the result that turn in is increased and self centering of the wheel is reduced. The amount of tyre wear depends on the amount of negative camber. I used to run my road Mini with 1.5 degree negative camber lower arms and the suspension lowered by about 2". This gave it about 3 degrees negative camber! Awesome look and it's cornering ability was unbeliveable! I think most (if not all) standard road cars are set up with a small amount of positve camber. This puts the car into the safest attitude for a skid, IE understeer, as excessive negative camber at the front, with the rear left standard, leads to oversteer. I think lowering the car will induce a small amount of negative camber, which will improve the 'feel' of the car, but not scrub the front tyres bald.