I got confused, I thought you had a set of SC springs sitting there. I get that you have a set of Tokicos. Even just throwing those on should help. A larger rear bar helps a lot to. The LX spring rates are just to low to really take full advantage of both of those upgrades, so yeah SC springs, or better. I don't know how you accept the want to be truck tire to fender gap these cars have stock. After doing the Eibachs on mine over the weekend, there is just no going back to the off road stance it had before.
In any event, are you wrenching yourself? If you are, I say throw the Tokicos on and let her eat, the labor overlap to a rear sway bar doesn't work out. You can do a bar easily. If you aren't doing the labor, save up for a set of better springs and go that little bit extra, SC's or Vogtlands. I think the 1" drop Vogtlands would do you fine, don't sweat the low cars.
1995 Ford Thunderbird 4.6 LX - SC wheels, enlarged rear sway bar, full sound system, cut mufflers, PST 1 1/8" rear bar, Eibachs, Mark 8 LCA's, Al housed 3.55 gearset, cut mufflers
2011 BMX X5 Xdrive50i - BMS Stage 1, Cut Muffler
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee 5.7L-Her stock DD
1984 Ford F250 6.9 IDIT - head studs in progress