Well, here's another update on things.
The right side strut has been completely refurbished with a new top mount, a new coil spring, and a new KYB shock insert.
The hub has new wheel bearings and a new seal, and the mate to my left side StopTech "Sport Rotor" is mounted.
Then I put the hub/disc assembly on the spindle, adjusted the wheel bearings, and put in a new cotter pin, and tapped on the dust cover, followed by installing the caliper with the new "PosiQuiet" ceramic brake pads, new Russell "speed bleeder" screw, and braided stainless steel line.
The lower control arm has been refurbished with a new Energy Suspension polyurethane bushing, and new polyurethane cushions for the strut rod, or "Lateral Locating Link" if you speak American cars!
I'm beat, as I've done all this work in the last couple of days, compared to taking two weeks to do it the first time.
It's nice having all the tools, AND the knowledge gained doing it the first time.
Final assembly of the right side will start Monday. I should be able to get the lower control arm and strut reinstalled in just a few hours this time, compared to a couple of days for the left side.
Then I'll flush the brake system and bleed the front brakes, put the wheels and tires back on her, drop her to the ground and bounce her a few times, and then do the final torquing of the lower control arm bolts and strut rod nuts.
Then on to the the rear.....