Just started having a few bits and pieces arrive, so rather than make a bunch of threads and clutter I figure I'll dump stuff here as I do it. First photos - from the advert I bought it off. First mod, bought myself a full boot with spoiler off a breaker and replaced it Those wheels though, look at the state of them! So, after looking around here and the german forums, I decided to stick with 15's but 5" wide rather than 4.5", same offset, wearing 195/45 tyres. Dezent Ti 5jx15, 4x100pcd, 45 offset on Uniroyal Rainsport 3 195/45/R15 with kerbing rib, was £460 total from tyres-outlet and included a fitting kit, which turned out to be very important! It included thin spigots for the centre bore but I was surprised they put in a full set of wheel nuts too. I'd already bought 20 shiny chrome MX5 wheel nuts ready. Unfortunately, the garage's sockets didn't fit into the holes in the wheel round the MX5 nuts, I'm going to try my torque wrench tomorrow but it was lucky I'd gotten a full set of nuts with the wheels, since I'd thrown the grotty old nuts straight into the skip. Not a huge difference in size, 5.5mm more sidewall so 11mm diameter but it looks to fill the arch much better to my eyes, 30mm wider, no difference in scrub, and while close the tyres are still within the arches without needing any rolling. I currently have them at 32psi since I wanted to see them on and make sure they didn't 'balloon' at all, tread looks perfectly flat at that presssure, I'll increase it when it's not freezing outside but probably keep it a little below 36 at least. The nuts supplied aren't actually bad, not chromed but fairly shiny and don't stick out too far, if you look how much they dwarf my Copen/MX5 sized locking wheel nut though that's a bit ugly, so I still want my chrome nuts on. I'd love to tell you how it's affected the handling. But in an hour's drive giving a friend a lift I never got over 20mph, friday afternoon is a nightmare!