But there IS only one correct way to do something. Especially in the automotive world. If you want a desert racer crosstrek, you had BETTER be building long travel arms. There is no half-assery here. It’s go big, or go home. So, yes, there is only one, “opinionated” way of accomplishing a goal. I guess, if your idea of “having fun” is half assing a practically brand new car, then Go ahead.This article is way too opinionated to take seriously. He spends more time telling people what he wants them to have rather than simply pointing out the pro's and con's of making certain choices. At least he does offer some alternatives, but again... they are not really "alternative" options, they are what HE says is right.
If someone wants to modify their vehicle to go places it wasn't necessarily meant to go, then so be it. People who do so better be willing to pay the price for fixing/replacing things sooner than usual. That stands to reason for ANY vehicle regardless if it is a Crosstrek or not. I plan to do the very same things he suggests NOT to do. However, I am willing to pay the consequences if need be.