The bump load is going through the subframe, we've already managed to bend a lower bump mount on the control arm and have a reinforced bracket in the works. I wouldn't anticipate problems with the floor itself where the strut mounts, since that isn't seeing full bump forces and it has the big bushing to help isolate it.Big question is how will strut bushings hold up, and/or will the bushings require replacement on a schedule - depending on use case of course.
With the current (awesome) suspension arms race I will not be surprised if we see strut bushing / floor reinforcement kits on the market by mid-late 2024.
We tried several different bushing setups/designs during strut development, and ultimately the factory strut bushing is the way to go (at least in our minds). NVH goes through the roof quickly once you try to stiffen it up, and that's just unacceptable to us. These vans are already loud enough when you're pushing them. When our patent process is more concrete, we'll definitely be sharing more info about how we're addressing the bushing wear. Our primary focus was to keep an OEM service part, as an OEM service part and not box customers into a corner down the road come service time.