I think I'm going to go with the Eibach and look into some specifics on the camber. FYI - anytime you drop a vehicle by anything (even a .5 inch drop) will cause a higher level of camber. This is not always bad - Most front suspensions of passenger cars are designed in a way so that they gain positive camber while driving - although reducing the cornering power this increases the understeer by a huge amount and since understeer is much better than oversteer it makes sense.
I should have clarified my question more - I am looking at reaching a negative 1/2 angle camber to a negative .75 angle camber, does anyone know what the current setting is? i think its .25 but I'm not putting it in stone.
i looked at some lowering kits i cant rember what brand it is but there was one post on a review were they were dropping there car 2.0 and they had to put a camber kit on there car. But the 1.5 dropp i didnt see any reviews were someone had to put on the car.