So I have just about 600 miles logged on the car and everything has been really good. No issues. Went to a gathering this past weekend that had me having to drive across a fairly uneven grass field for parking. Also the same along a slanted path to get on a race track where the ground had at least a 10% pitch at times. Now I have an annoying front suspension squeak I have to track down. It's on the passenger side only. Upper A-arm is a stock type set-up by John at OPR and it is packed with grease. Lower arm is also from OPR but has roller bearings. Roller perches as well New shocks Poly coil spring insulator (1/2") I took the sway bar off and re-greased all the poly bushings. I can "feel" the noise by placing my hand on the top shock mount and rocking the suspension. My guess is I must have had the suspension travel more than it does on a paved road and maybe the load weight shifted enough the coil spring moved a bit? The springs are shorter and much stiffer than stock, to the point I can pull them without using compressor if I disconnect the strut rod and allow the suspension to hang enough. So looking for any other thoughts or experience along this line. Do I need to go with a rubber insulator maybe? Can I "grease" the poly piece? I'm thinking the squeak is the insulator rubbing on the body. Any thoughts appreciated. Hope to tear into it later today.