Since you're going with passive replacements you should be advised that they don't have the electronics to trick the RSS module into thinking that the OEM shocks and struts are still on. This will cause the message "SERVICE RIDE CONTROL" to appear on the dashboard.
There are a few ways to prevent the message from coming up. One way is to go into diagnostics mode, change an IPC perameter (I forget which one) and then disconnect the negative battery cable to freeze that perameter into the module. I personally don't like this method because you could potentially fry your IPC module, and nobody knows if it can be reversed.
Another way is to do research and find out what the inductive frequency is on the dampering valves in the OEM shocks and struts, and then buy inductive coils to attach to the wires that would be going to the dampering valves on each shock and strut. This would be a great way to do it, if you didn't have to do any research...
My way is to unscrew the dampering valves from the old OEM shocks and struts and reuse the dampering valves. If you look on the OEM shocks and struts you will see something protruding from the side, with a wire connection. That is the dampering valve. Around the edge of the dampering valve you will see two flat edges. You can use a large adjustable wrench on those flat edges to unscrew the dampering valve from the shock. Then the next step would be to weather proof the valve. Put it into a small plastic bag and use plenty of electrical tape to keep water out. It might even be a good idea to buy something with those little dehumidifying baggies in it, and put those in with the valve.
If you do it my way, be careful about not getting the hydrolic fluid on carpeting and fabrics. The hydrolic fluid can stain, but the smell is harder to get out than the stain. I say this from experience.
Hope this helps.