The thing i don't like about the innovative unit, is that it reminds me a LOT of the Place Racing crossmember replacement... the way the bushing supports are basically in "single shear", and seemingly not well supported don't give me much comfort. think about it.... this bar is taking pretty much the ENTIRE forward weight of the car on them under acceleration AND braking.
See where the bushings attach, and how the bushings are only supported on one side by a small bracket:
Say the car weighs 2000lbs... under acceleration, lets assume that you have a lot done to your car, and are drag racing, and can get 1g of acceleration... that equals 4000lbs being pushed on the two tiny attachment points. Its even worse under braking... when you nail the brakes, with good tires, i'd venture to say that you could probably get it to steady-state about 2.5 G's or more with good tires and brakes... well, now we're talking 6000lbs or so pulling on the crossmember. not to mention G-Shock, like for instance when you first drop the clutch, the pulling force could be several thousand pounds for a millisecond or so...
So, that is one concern of mine with that setup.
the second, is that it still uses flexible bushings for the front, which will still allow for a touch of movement by the suspension... 1/4" of movement there (which is possible) could be 1/2" or so of movement at the wheel, which is enough to still allow wheel hop to occur.
Jonny_Black has one of the original Place Racing setups in his car, and on the starting line, i can physically watch his suspension move forward and backwards when he drops the clutch. Thats with some pretty stiff poly bushings in place.
Now....... for a street car, thats not all that bad of a thing... its how Honda had it set up, and would work fine. If you're needing a bar for clearance, or just want it, then having the bushings in the front isn't a bad thing at all. For performance applications, and if you're ever going to go to a track, i'd prefer a much stiffer front end setup. after driving both, you'll see that its well worth it to have the consistancy and stability in the front end. Either way though, i'd personally like to have it be better supported and even more structurally sufficient.