The front coilovers have camber top adjustment with an elongated hole on the lower mounting bracket for that extra bit of camber if needed. There is also an eight stage dampening adjustment dial at the bottom of the coilover for easy access with a turn of the steering wheel. They are also base height adjustable, meaning that you can just loosen the bottom locking collar and turn the actual strut to decrease the length of the coilover - more low, low is a lifestyle.
Rear coilovers are also base height adjustable, dampening dial on the top of the strut rather than the bottom like the front coilovers.
There should be two wires that come off the circuit board of the light, one should be a positive wire and the other a negative. The positive wire from light should be wired to the accessory pin of the switch, both negative wires from the switch and light can be joined together and mounted to the chassis/earthing point. Positive wire from the switch can be spliced into the cigarette lighter socket wire for a source of power. Make sure you have some spare fuses lying around if it's your first time dealing with wiring.
There are seven different variations you can choose from, with the image above being my most favoured. Party time with a flick of the switch.