I guess I was trying to "pick on" Corey Shaw and his knack for spouting "engineerese" as tech, his tuning advise which was always too soft, and his abilty to vanish once credtors and upset customers came a knockin'
I remember a few instances of spindle adaptors failing. I want to say it was Monroe and Joe C. from corner-carvers, maybe someone else from the old musclestang site. I also remember drooling over Lou Fererro's S351R with the full SLA/IRS setup. That car was damn sexy. If your spindle adaptor has been redesigned/reinforced and you aren't running wheel rates in the 100's, then I'm sure you will avoid the problems that came to my mind. As a side thought, I used to wonder how the front Kmember and Aarms would work as a the basis for a coilever strut setup.
Is your rear setup the Sport or Grand Sport? IIRC, the GS tied the coilovers to the Shaw link (funky watts with 2 bellcranks?). The narrow upper-armed Sport looked a lot like the Steeda 5link, which seams like a good thing.
BTW, I love the Maier kit. It give the fox body the "hippy" look that I love about the sn95's.