Yes, you have my set up correct. To clarify I have the 1.6" drop Vogtland springs with poly spring cups in the rear, the front is as you said (sport shocks with the vogtland springs). I have replacement rubber OEM top shock mounts in the front.
I also have a 1.25" ADDCO anti-swaybar in the rear with the stock anti-swaybar in front.
I certainly wouldn't be doing 80+ on the road pictured in your post.
The "feel" of my car on any road or track is very responsive. I feel all the imperfections in the road surface - not that that's a bad thing - the suspension telegraphs the contour of the road surface to the driver very clearly.
The suspension I have is very, very tight. No wallowing in the corners, no "squishy", soft or floaty feel. The car goes where I point it and, to use another cliché, "corners on rails!". I really need to get more supportive seats and they're on the long range mod list.
It's truly a canyon carving performance suspension set-up and is probably way firmer than most people would be comfortable driving. Having said that, I have taken the car on many a road trip and even to a road course. The car is drivable over long distances but you'll need to stop to stretch your legs and scratch your butt more often than if you were driving something with a softer suspension.
I don't daily drive the car and probably would be miserable doing so. But, for a weekend warriors car it's simply amazing.
If you're looking for the ultimate canyon carving suspension you could either mirror what I've done or talk to our resident T-Bird autocrosser Kelsey Smith
to see what he's done with his cars suspension. I don't think it's much different than mine except he has lower 3.27 gears and matched 245/45 tires vs my staggered 245/45 front and 275/40 rears. We both have trac-locks in the rear diff.