Thanks, man. It's good to see that the car influences others.
In other news, I've started collecting a whole bunch of parts to basically rebuild the entire underside of the car in one fell swoop. This will include pulling the whole rear subframe out along with the driveshaft and the front suspension. I don't like working under the car and I hate having to disassemble things twice to do one thing now and something later, so doing everything in one hit lessens how much of a pain it will be in the long run.
The first port of call will be refitting all the rubber bushings with the full line of SuperPro replacements. From there, the diff and housing will be taken to a driveline shop along with my driveshaft to get the diff rebuilt with my TRD LSD centre, new bearings and seals and the driveshaft will have the uni-joints replaced and a new centre bearing fitted. The CV joints on my half-shafts are still good, but I'll take the opportunity to replace the boots, since they're looking a little old and have started showing some cracking. The brakes will be receiving a similar overhaul with new discs and pads (including handbrake pads) all round. The front calipers will be rebuilt for the sake of refreshing everything. The rears were rebuilt a few years ago and are still fine, so they will be left alone for now. I'll be replacing the flexible hoses with stainless braided items as well. The only remaining item from there is the front wheel bearings, which will get done at the same time as the front brakes. There are no immediate plans to get bigger swaybars, but all the link bushes and the D bushes will be replaced. I'll probably reinforce the sway bar mounts on the rear while everything is out as well as a preventative measure.
Anyway, only the first batch of many yet to come has actually arrived, which is most of my brake package, excluding brake lines.
It's always good to know that your rear discs are actually larger than the fronts, haha.
TL;DR: I bought brake parts.