Okay, I think I can clarify a few things now.
The kit E9SZ-3A187-A is obsolete and the only way to get one is with luck.
The following bushings;
are all available but all of the spacers and washers are not.
I was quoted $18.95, $19.13, $19.61, and $10.78 each respectively but the dealer I had called yesterday was in another town and their prices were a lot lower. His prices were $6.41, $12.50, $12.82, $12.82. So I guess I would be looking at paying either $189.26 or $110.33 including tax. The deal breaker though is that I'm not able to get new washers and spacers unless reusing the old ones is safe. I highly doubt it so it looks like I'm getting the "Premium" Raybestos kits.
That's another point that wasn't cleared up in one of those topics about strut rod bushings. Not only does Napa, (and also Raybestos), carry 2 different kits, (one for the frame and one for the control arm), but they also carry 2 different grades of the kits. They use the same pictures for both grades of the kit for the arm but the pictures for the kit for the frame is different. So, it's hard to tell what the real difference is besides the price. Based on the descriptions, warranty, and price it would appear that the Napa Chassis Parts line is the better grade. With Raybestos it's either Service Grade or Professional Grade and I'd bet my money on the latter being exactly like the Napa Chassis Parts line.
Prices are as follows;
Napa: to frame, Master Ride Chassis $41.49 - Napa Chassis Parts $54.99
to arm, Master Ride Chassis $27.49 - Napa Chasis Parts $35.99
Raybestos: to frame, Service Grade $17.94 - Professional Grade $37.79 (Rockauto)
to arm, Service Grade $12.75 - Professional Grade $24.79 (Rockauto)
I think it's clear what I'm wanting to do.
Heck, by going with Rockauto I can get those 2 kits, front sway bar bushings, 2 lower control arms, and 2 rear sway bar links for about $228.79. Since I'm going to wait on replacing the shocks I may get some rear sway bar bushings while I'm at it.