I have never specifically used those, but Dorman is a brand I trust. If it's in your price range, then go for it. Pressing bushings and ball joints in and out is a pain in the ass. I believe this rental spring compressor from Autozone will help you out.
The spring compressors that go on the outside of the spring will not work, because there is no room to install them.
I'd go for a more simple suspension setup. Factory rubber bushings definitely give you a better ride. Maximum Motorsports is pretty hardcore stuff. Anything with a spherical bushing anywhere is going to give you a harsh ride.
Skip the Strange Engineering stuff as well. If you go to their website, it's nothing but drag cars. Strange builds hardcore drag racing parts that perform extremely well in that environment, but require a lot of maintenance. Strange equipment will not ride well on the street, and their struts and shocks are notorious for leaking requiring rebuild. I have the high end Tokico stuff in my car, but the best shocks and struts I ever ran across for the street were the reasonably priced KYBs from Summit.