Yep! I got the SuperLows, along with adjustable Konis, and handles a hell of a lot better. It sits a fair bit lower than stock, looks great, but I have had my share of scrapes :( In particular, places like Castle Hill shopping complex send shivers down my spine, with speed bumps right on the crest of an uphill section.. uuuuggh!!
Anyway, it's still fairly easy to live with, but if you weren't really wanting the extra lowering, you could do like my good mate Rob and get the Low instead of the SuperLow, which still give a nice meaty stance :)