As a disclaimer, this rant is purely because of frustration over the need to think about what these bolts are actually doing inside the knuckle. As opposed to being able to blindly follow instructions. That being said, I am completely satisfied.
They do the job just fine. Good build quality and have clear instructions and torque specs. Only problem is that the instructions are reversed for a McPherson strut Subaru. The instructions and picture describe how to install the bolts to achieve more negative camber. But that is incorrect. If you install these in the top clevis of a rear McPherson strut the lobe needs to be facing inwards towards the motor so as to essentially push the top of the knuckle inwards thus inducing negative camber. The reverse is how they should be installed in the bottom clevis of either the front or rear, Lobe facing outwards to induce negative camber.