So I picked up a '98 Legacy Outback from another member here that needed some TLC, recently finished up with the engine work and now moving on to tires, brakes and suspension. I'm putting on a set of 215/65r16 snow tires so that should give a slight lift over the stock size, but looking at options to gain another inch or two of clearance (shocks are a bit worn so they could use replacement anyway). I've read through a decent amount of articles/threads and it seems like I could go a few routes. Swapping in Forester strut assemblies appears to be the easiest, but from what I've read the effect varies based on year/trim of the Fozzie and it might still have a saggy butt, as well as potentially a harsher ride due to the stiffer springs designed to support a heavier vehicle. Looks like I could also just run OEM struts with spacers, a set of lift springs, or some combination of those three options. Anyone with first-hand experience who could share some advice on the pros and cons? My main concerns would be effectiveness of the lift, maintaining ride quality, and total cost. Thanks!