It's always interesting trying to lower a B14 chassis. These cars came from the factory with a minuscule amount of wheel travel, and therefore lowering any more than an inch and a half or so, under hard cornering will bottom out on the rests. There are a few ways to do this, and a company called Motivational (they shut down recently. Figures, huh?) shortened some Koni struts to remedy this problem. Coupled with some good lowering springs, and polyurethane bump stops, you could safely lower the car 2.5 inches in the front and 2 in the back, while losing NO wheel travel what-so-ever. This proved a safe and effective way of lowering the suspension-cursed B14.
If all you're wanting is the look, it doesn't really matter what you buy. Just get something 2 inches shorter than usual and you should be good. But if you are really going for the performance increase of lowering your car, then it will be fun. Bust out the sawz-all and have a go at some Koni's.
P.S. If you are hellbent on buying the new struts, buy the Koni reds. Then sell me the S-Techs, because I already have shortened struts. :P