It just so happens I've had my bulletproof lift kit installed for about 7 years now. The lift sure does make the Nissan Titan stick out among the rest, that's for sure. Now the bad news. Ever since I've had my lift kit on my Titan there has been nothing but issues. The lift was installed by a professional, correctly, wanted to make sure that was covered first. The lift kit essentially allows for a lot more steering radius, which seems great but actually causes issues. The steering arm hits the coils when it's at a full turn. I was told by the Bulletproof techs to limit my turning, which is easier said than done. The sway bar drop down end links don't have any rubber bushings so they make so much noise when you're driving around the town. Because most of the joints that make up this lift are steel ball joints they snap, crack, and pop every chance they get, essentially the truck makes people cringe when you pull into a parking lot. My Fox shocks lost all their nitrogen the fist month I had them installed, easy fix just 12psi of air and they are all good, I guess. The atlas leaf springs on the rear settled a lot and make your truck look like it's sagging in the back. My rear driveshaft needed a spacer to accommodate the lift, this isn't included. Also your transmission mount will break so you'll need to upgrade that to an aftermarket one. This is because the extreme angle and the Titan's awesome torque. You'll also need to extend the front driveshaft as well, I did this and noticed that it was hitting the cross member underneath the shaft. I had to beat it down with a hammer and a blow torch. Now for some reason the bearings inside my transfer case have gone bad so now I have even more noise to add to the choir. Because the lift does something weird to the symmetry of your truck your front tires are going to wear out faster than usual. I can go on-and-on all day with the amount of issues I've had with my truck. I will say that this lift makes your truck look sick. If you have the money and know a really good mechanic who specifies in lift kits and does fabrication you should be good. I know they have upgraded some parts on the lift since I purchased mine but I doubt these upgrades will fix the major issues I have. If I had the money I would take my truck to a custom rock crawler shop and just have a straight axle swap done on my ride. Overall the lift was worth the 7k even though I've had some issues. The lift is a pain in the *** but once you get past all of that you are good to go. One more thing, if you can look past all the noise this lift makes you will smile every time you walk up to your truck.