If you mean the BC Racing shocks I have had them on my car for the last 10 years and they are great. I have them set at 5 clicks front and 10 clicks rear,
I believe these are the shocks the OP is talking about. I don't remember any other coil overs offered for $1k other than the BC Coils.
I did get my BC coils from DDM Works. Emmett, for someone in your position, they are probably the best coil overs you can get. They are inexpensive, they offer ride height adjustment, and the combined single adjustment for damping is hassle free. (BC makes a set of dual damping adjustable coil overs but these are only beneficial if you're racing and know when/how to adjust them.)
Standard they come with 7k springs front and rear but I'd suggest ordering them with 6K fronts and 7K rears. It balances out the car better. I went with 7k all the way around, then 5k front and 7k rear and finally settled on 5k front and 6k rear. I may be changing that to 6k front and 7k rear if I think the stiffer overall suspension will help with my autocross. We run on a pretty rough parking lot so the softer suspension gives me a bit more weight transfer to improve grip.
If all this seems a bit overwhelming, this is why I suggest just going 6k front 7k rear as this mimics the stock shocks' overall balance front to rear. You'll feel like the car is far more responsive to input but similar stability to stock. (In other words, it won't want to push or spin out easier than it did before...LOL)
The ride will be harsher but with the shocks turned all the way down ride isn't really worse than stock (I don't think) and you can turn the adjusters to get the ride balanced between more precise response and ride quality to your liking.