Sorry but unless you buy coilovers that are serious money then they just won't beat a properly set up springs and shocks setup.Bc Coilovers cost 540 quid or there about.
Eibach springs and koni shocks are a bit more.
You don't lower the spring seat on these coilovers cos you actually adjust the height of the shock body mount. (seperate collar)
Therefore you don't "ride the bumpstops" and lose any comfort even if you lower the car by 80mm (which you can easily).
Coilovers will *always* out perform springs and shocks. because you can tune them to your cars weight / driving style / power / braking and you have the added bonus of raising or lowering your car and adjusting firmness if you are going for a road trip / change rims etc..
"Coilovers" that are non adjustable (that people with vws tend to use) are not really Coilovers.
I priced all those myself when I was doing my own, but in all honesty the Eibach springs and standard shocks give the best compromise of ride quality, looks and performance without being too harsh. The Accord is a very comfortable car, one of the best when it comes to engine refinement and driver/passenger comfort so why ruin it by dropping it to the ground?Btw if you think 30mm eibachs on original shocks is what a decent suspension is then you are wrong.
I priced koni kit and a eibach / bilstien kit and the h n r kit all cost MORE or near enough the same as the adjustable Coilovers..
So tell me what suspension are you talking about?
Think thats the plan lad,springs will drop abit when they inbed abit more.Why bother with coilovers. What you have there looks great. Get some up rated shocks and you will have a decent suspension setup.
Comparing photos.. before to now... the stance now is much better!