Just as an FYI, if you have one of those cordless electric impact guns, the job of doing a non-quick strut becomes much more manageable. By far the worst part of the job is using the spring compressors, and the gun makes it so much easier. I managed to do the passenger side wheel bearing and strut, as well as reinstalling the driver's side strut, in just about 5 hours yesterday on my Spirit, by myself. In contrast, last summer, I did the driver's side strut (albeit incorrectly, which is why I had to take it out again) and wheel bearing in about 14 hours with the help of a friend. The cost saving still isn't that great over the quick strut, but if you're in a situation like I was, where I was given the struts only, having the impact gun makes the job much easier.