Wah, wah, wah. Subaru is not _rally_, they are a brand of automobile that used rallying as a marketing device. As was Audi, Skoda, SEAT, etc. Besides, since they went to the double a-arm rear suspension in 2008, they handled pretty wonky as Group N cars anyway. The Open class cars we ran in the US (RA) in 2009 had specially engineered longer trailing arms and re-engineered mounting points, which led to massively improved rear suspension behavior. But the point is, they went from Mac struts to double a-arm suspension in order to increase trunk space... not to enhance rally handling. Which is the right move, given that 99.99999% of drivers care more about trunk space than handling on loose bumpy surfaces. I think it looks good. Make mine WRB with gold wheels, as usual.