If you haven't already, use a wheel offset calculator to make sure you get the fitment you're looking for, that low offset sounds like it's going to poke out of the fender. If that's the look you're going for then your ok.
I dropped my 2015 s about 2 inches all around. But I'm on stock wheels 17 x 7 39mm offset with 215 45 tires, every sits well within the wheel well
I would have to hit a pretty deep pot hole or an insanely large speed bump, I can still run through automatic car washes, and there was only 1 time I scraped the front end, and that's because I was leaving the parking lot like an idiot. The handling and cornering is much improved, especially with the strut tower brace in the front end.
The top reading is the initial visit to the alignment shop. That’s where they told me how much I need to shim the rear. The middle reading is after I put in the rear shims. The bottom reading is after the final adjustment. Pretty good I think!