Ok, so I know there are many out there who bought a model S with standard suspension not knowing how high it was going to sit. I felt like my car looked like a Honda crosstour ugh. So I finally bit the bullet and dropped her! I know as of right now there are very few options for us to lower the car. I decided to go with the T Sportline lowering springs. I recently saw a review on the T Sportline springs by another Tesla owner who gave the springs a decent rating, the only wish he had was that the springs lowered the car more than they did. After looking at his pics I had to agree with him on wishing that they lowered the car more. So thats what I did. I reached out to the guys that lowered this other owners car because i wanted to go with someone that has experience with the model S suspension. That shop is located in Santa Ana CA and they are known as FD Garage (Fender Defender). Ok let me start by giving a review on my experience with these guys. James at FD was amazing, we sat together and talked for about 30 minutes before deciding what we were going to do. He took the extra time to measure out everything to see how much clearance we would have and we decided that we were going to cut a few coils off of the T Sportline springs to give it a more aggressive stance. The hard part was deciding on how many to cut. So i dropped my car off and I left to go to the Formula D race in long beach. While I was there I was constantly being updated by James via text messages and pics. Once he completed the job, he sent me a text with pics that had us both a little disappointed. So we decided to go with cutting 1 coil in the front and 1 and a half in the back. The front came out beautiful !!!! (No gap at all between fender and tire, slightly tucked) but the rear..... ugh...... it was still about a 2 and a half finger space gap between the tire and fender. Then James texted me "We do it right or we don't do it at all here at FD" So James took both of the rear struts out again and re did them. He ended up cutting a total of 3 coils in the rear which ended up being exactly where I wanted it! Now the rear gap is about half a finger. When I got back to FD garage, I wanted show my appreciation for taking the extra time to make the car look right so I tried to tip James, but he adamantly refused. He said that he and his staff don't this for the money, they are passionate about working on cars and do it for the satisfaction of them doing an amazing job and making sure the customer leaves happy. So those of you out there that want to lower your model S, look no further. FD Garage is the place to take it in Southern CA. And I almost forgot the most important part. As far as the ride goes, it feels no different than stock riding on the t sport line springs with the cut coils. The only real difference that i feel is at full throttle, the nose of the car doesn't lift as much anymore. Hope this helps out anyone that has been wanting to lower their coil suspension Model S.