Thanks stlwagon for the info...
Actually, the issue was that I couldn't get an impact air wrench on the nut holding the top of the shock in the trunk area to spin it fast enough to get it off. I tried using a standard wrench, and even tried an air ratchet...no dice. I could've used a small 6mm wrench with a 15mm open wrench, but it would've taken forever...
BTW, in case anyone is interested in the future, I was able to solve the dilemma. I was able to fish an air impact wrench under the fabric cover of the area behind the rear seats with the vert top up, and was able to spin the shock retaining nut with a 15mm deep well socket and a 3-4 inch extender. I didn't think that I was able to fish the impact gun under the fabric, but there was a spot near the side of the interior. It was just kinda hard to find the access hole to the shock top.
That, and the Steeda Sport Spring combo with Tokico D-Spec shocks is an A+ combination. It's a little more predicatable than Eibach Pro's due to it's linear nature, and the adjustability of the shocks/struts is just ridiculous. I would highly suggest it.
'06 Clearcoat Black/Dark Charcoal Leather/Parchment Vinyl Top.
C&L CAI, BrenSpeed Tune, Pro5.0 Shifter, Steeda Sport Springs, Tokico D-Spec Struts/Shocks, Eibach Caster Camber Bolts
EPA Estimates say 17/25...so why am I getting only 13? Oh...wait...nevermind.