Actually it makes a huge difference. H&R also has two types, one that is standard and another type that lowers the vehicle with an even more aggressive stance. I have them on the car and it definitely goes beyond just the 'looks' aspect by providing a better more direct steering feel, better cornering with even less body roll, and an overall better handling vehicle. The tradeoff is a slight decrease in ride quality (slightly stiffer). The spacers really help to fill out the fenders which in the case of the A5/S5 is substantially 'tucked' from the factory. Together, they are definitely a vehicle enhancing mod. H&R is high quality.
why whats the point, if you're gonna spend money on a standard model you'll just leave it, if you're gonna spend money on one thats already lowered than H and R are completely useless. and wheel Spacers are universal, so i dont know what the fuse is about. Autoblog and Autoexpress just BS too much.