Here are some pictures of mine. I hope you are on a fast connection..
I have more pics if needed.
As for the front springs, yes the rear of the spring is lower than the front, it does give you a bad driveshaft angle. To fix this you could always reweld the front perches, use shims, or do something with the shackle, like make it sit at a steeper angle, make it shorter or something. I didn't make any plates to relocate the shackle lower or further back like in the kits you can buy; I just used the stock spring hanger hole. It works good.
I had made a driveshaft using triangular PTO shating, lots of travel, but I used Suzuki yokes and flanges. The amount of travel this swap offers was too much for the stock ujoints, and ended up crushing the flange where the bearing cap goes in. You will want to buy a drive shaft that can take all that angle like AAPA's.
You'll notice in some of the pictures it doesn't look like it sits level. That's because the back is full of heavy junk. It does sit level without all the weight in the back.
If you can find 'em, use spring plates off a jeep xj, they work perfect with Suzuki axles.