I was getting ready to mount shocks in the rear this afternoon and during mockup, I came to the realization that my original game plan my not be ideal. My plan was to mount the shocks at a slight angle with the tops running towards the center. The bottom mounts are well outboard which is good, but in order to clear the other suspension components, I have to lean them in at a 30* angle. My suspension is adjustable, so my concern is that there may be some bind throughout the entire range of travel. The shocks I am using are Afcos with the heim style bearing ends so they can accept a fair amount of misalignment. I will never lay frame with my setup, so I plan on dropping only 2-3" below ride height and raising another 3-4" to clear obstacles so max 7-8" of travel. The shocks have 9" of range, so all should be good. I've noticed that some mount their shocks vertically with the shock mounting bolts running parallel to the axles. If I mounted the shocks in this fashion, I could achieve a more vertical shock angle however they would be mounted significantly more inboard than the current scenario. Attached are a couple photos pulled off the web (not my car) to help visualize what I'm talking about. Am I over thinking this? Any advice is greatly appreciated.