I went "dodgy backyard stylez" with my EB.
A mate & I swapped my stock springs for a set of superlows off an EA (6 cyl springs, but I've got a V8). Needless to say the front is *pretty* low.
Anyhoo, my only concerns are:
1) the tyres scrubbing the guards in certain situations, such as full-lock in a carpark.
2) standard ride height shocks are rooted now (I was anticipating this). Get shocks that suit the springs. When my shocks were still ok, their "bump" was nice & firm but the rebound would overcompensate & feel like I was getting air. If you're wondering why I didn't get shocks that suited, my shocks were getting on in age/kms so I figured I'd drive until they were killed & get my money's worth
3) on deceleration in say 2nd from 45 and below, I can experience a slight vibration/shudder while travelling in a straight line. Any thottle or turning fixes this problem. I was suspecting the toe (?) of the wheels to be not parallel because of this, but there doesn't appear to be any uneven wear. Same goes with camber, due to no evidence of uneven wear.
I've had my superlows on the car for about 10,000kms now, and my only complaint about them really is certain speed humps in the uni carpark lol, I can live with the crappy ride quality because some replacement shocks would fix that up!
For now I'll bounce around like a homie-spec VN pilot