so...in the last year, my front bushing and shock were worn, so I took the opportunity to change them out to Bilstein HD's. Then, recently, I decided to lower and match my springs to the Bilsteins by going with Eibachs instead of stock. I wanted pro-line, but I think my mechanic put sport-line. My tame 01, 325i, non-sport is now more aggressive, stiff as I like it and has no body lean while cornering...but it's low. I've driven 75000 miles with the old springs and suspension and I'm not used to how much lower it is. I've already hit a few stray bits of snow / ice pieces and have cringed when I heard a scrape while entering my local hand car wash. What should I do? I'm in love with the handling, responsiveness and the aggressive appearance, but this is my daily driver. I will not go back to stock springs for sure, but now I'm beginning to wonder if my solution is to go with larger rims (I still have stock 16's). Will this make a significant difference or will it only disappoint and cost me more money? I probably won't go any larger than 18's, but I would be a bit bummed out if this is truly the only course of action, since I recently bought new winters (16's) and all seasons (16's) and both are less than 6 months old, so I would take a hit on those as well. Any advise / experience would be appreciated.