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Lowering springs work just fine with the ECS Adaptive suspension.
Do be aware that lowering springs do accelerate wear on any shock absorber and that the electronic shocks carry a hefty price tag for replacement units.
That being said, the wear accrues over many miles. You’d probably be 20 to 30 thousand miles before you noticed even a slight degradation. If you aren’t particularly aware of vehicle dynamics or behavior, you might not even notice until (if) the shocks started leaking.