I read up a lot about Raceland on various other forums before deciding to give them a try. I got the TC2 coilovers, cost was $369 with free shipping. Here are some quick initial impressions. I'll post more followups later.
You really can't come close to beating that kind of price with another brand.
What you save when buying the product you pay for when installing. Installation took 4x longer than it should have mostly due to fitment issues with both the front and rear shocks. It maybe a Raceland issue or because this kit was for the TC2. I'm leaning towards the former due to the abundant use of spacers everywhere. Clearly none of the parts were made for the TC2, they just took generic parts and slapped on spacers to try to make it work.
Didn't come with instructions. Video on their website said to cut up the stock rear spring insulator as detailed in the non-existent written instructions. Trying to cut that solid piece of rubber was ugly. They really should have just included the part.
This car keeps impressing me. From the pre-rolled rear fenders to the awesome exhaust and now the suspension. I have the Racelands on the lowest drop and took some quick measurements to make sure things weren't too out of whack for driving. Front camber: ~0.75deg, Rear camber: ~1.5deg, Front toe: ~0, Rear toe: ~0.25in. Amazing. You drop this car 3" and the alignment is nearly perfect all by itself.
So did I regret getting Raceland? I'll reserve final judgment for later, but seeing how sketchy the whole installation kit was I'm not feeling confident about how they will perform.