Besides the canceller issues, how does the ride and handling compare? Is the ride better, worse, about the same? Handling I am sure is better once you get it tuned, but is it significantly better or just marginally better?If I had to do it again, I'm not sure that I would. I spent a lot of money last fall on the Ohlins, I/C, and diff, money that would cover a significant fraction of the purchase price of a Cayman S or GTS. And having done all that work on my car, I still want to buy a 981 Cayman.
The adjustability of the coilovers allows me to fine tune the handling of the car in ways that are not possible with DCC (or Damptronic) shocks. The downside is that the rear cancellers have failed again. Fortunately, Ohlins is warrantying them again, but if these canceller failures continue to occur I might end up saying screw it and going back to the GC springs with Bilstein damptronic shocks.
I kind of feel the same way, I want to make this car better than it was stock for my usage, but only to a certain point. I see some folks spending 10's of thousands on upgrades and I just don't get it, I mean for that kind of money you could have just bought a better car to start with. I have already spent way more on this car than I initially intended, but it has been a fun project, and I certainly get the compulsion to do upgrades. It's like gambling, you need to know when to stop, but that is easier said than done.