Yeah.. There's nothing inherently "wrong" with the MM/H&R combo by itself. Like Wes said, the spacer is only a means to adjust the height of the rear of the car. The MM/H&R combo by itself lowered the rear of my car about a half inch more than I wanted it to, so this spacer raised it back up to where I wanted it. I only showed pics of the front in my most recent picture post, to illustrate that when you raise the back of the car up by a half inch from the MM/H&R only combo, that the wheel gap becomes the same at both the front and rear wheels. I much prefer the look of a uniform wheel gap at all four corners, rather than some gap at the front wheels, and a slight tuck at the rear wheels. I did nothing at all to the front suspension because I liked, and still like, the height that the H&R springs left it at.