I love it. Seems it's the same ten of use telling each other the same stories we've all told to each other a dozen times. Here's my hat in the ring: I've spent $3,200 on front and rear heavy duty Roadmaster anti-sway bars, rear tracbar, and front steering stabilizer. Together, it all gave me what I call "moderate" improvement. By the way, if you have any DIY experience, the front anti-sway bar and the steering stabilizer are a piece of cake...just about four bolts go into predrilled holes. But, watch yourself on the rear tracbar - lots of work attaching it to the frame and differential. And the rear anti-sway bar is just a bit harder to put in place, but it takes about 400# of torque to get it off and back on. That took two of us with an 8' breaker bar and a lot of grief. Still, I have 19.5" wheels which probably limits the amount of improvement I'm going to get...just a guess.
2015 GT 364TSF