Solid front axle gives you great on power steering!!! Just like a front one way but with 4 wheel braking
A solid front axle pushes a little bit during mid turn, while a front one way does not.
With a regular diff, steering is easy but the on power steering is non existent.
If you are using a solid front axle--avoid hitting the curb/bariers it will bend your cvd's or break parts.
But, it takes time getting use to it. Lots of guys use it as a Tunning option but not as a hop up.
if wide open flowing tracks-solid front or one way
tight-difs in front
STill thatis debatable but again, driver preference and skill.
Peace and happy racing!