Let's start with the class you want to run. CAM rules are pretty much unrestricted for brakes, wheels, suspension, body mods to fit suspension mods and so on. Therefore, you need to plan in advance how much of the rule set you want to take advantage of. If eventually you want to run 11 - 12" wheels and 315s- 335s, then keep that in mind when you plan. Do you want to go SLA or conventional strut? What about the rear - plan for it at the most extreme.
This planning is important because you don't really want to re-spend your money on 'Up-grades" that might have been accomplished piecemeal as the ultimate end-game is achieved. This is what I did with my 86.
When I started building this thing years ago CAM was not an option. So to stay within the given rule set only minimum mods could be done. However, I didn't think about that and the typical mods resulted in an imposable class. Here, you are wide open. I recommend deciding on how far you want to take this and then buy the parts to accomplish the goal.
Believe me when I say the CAM class is competitive so seat time now is more important than mediocre suspension mods. Run the car. See what the competition is running and develop your plan. For example, the worst suspension component on the Fox chassis is arguably the converging 4-link. If you do a PHB early, you can also remove one of the upper control arms creating a PM3L. This will require stiffer springs but the bang for the buck outcome is phenomenal. The car will actually handle in a predictable manner with few other changes. This of course allows you to plan for the next step - better dampers.
Just keep in mind that the tires create your traction circle for cornering and braking. Thus, the more rubber you have on the ground and the stickier it is, the better the car will handle - assuming the suspension and brake shortcomings are addressed. Currently, my 86 has the full MM suspension front and rear, C/Os on all 4 corners, 18x11s with 315s on all 4 some areo, big brakes, and a rocking stroker. Still being built, but hope to have it out on its maiden before the end of this season.
The key here is to have fun Planning makes this more likely.