Entry level coilovers will ride pretty harsh IMO, but people find them tolerable. BC/Megan/Stance/ISC/Fortune Auto. They are similar in construction, but slightly different in valving. Most come with camber plates in the front and height adjustments separate from spring pre-load.
Slightly above the brands listed above there's the Feal 441s
which are based off the coilovers above but with custom valving and Swift coilover springs. There are other companies out there that do this as well, but Feal is the more popular brand of these re-worked coilovers.
If I were to go the coilover route I'd consider suspension techniques speedtech coilovers. They're pretty much KW v1s that are galvanized steel instead of stainless steel. No damper adjustments and you'll have to buy your own camber plates / tophats.
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These are pretty much your options in the $1000-1500. Others might chime in with other brands they have success with, but this should narrow down most of the popular options.
Above $1500 you'll be going into JDM/EDM brands. It's hard to find reviews for these, especially on foresters, but there's a few members on here who have.
If you want to go low and slow with aggressive wheels. I would recommend coilovers for that extra clearance. But if you want a little bit of comfort too then you're gonna have to pay to play.