I ran the Revtek for almost a year, and it did the job. The ride was significantly firmer than stock, but I just got used to it. Actually, because the shocks were pre-loaded, I could corner tighter than stock and had no body roll. I put it on just so I could fit 285/70/17 tires, but that's it. Had I known I could have done it right for just a couple hundred bucks more, I definitely would have waited another paycheck and just did it right.
I wheeled my Revtek kit pretty hard and luckily I didn't have any issues nor did I blow my factory shocks or anything else. Granted I did more trail crawling than running, and hitting anything at higher speeds would have probably done some good damage.
FYI, I also had a 2" AAL installed at the same time to level it out. Total installed was $700 (included alignment), but for only about $400 more I could have had a much better setup (which I have now