Well it won't look the same but it will do the same thing. Unless you adjust your ride height several times a week why tie up so much money? Lets face it, you are going to find the ride height you like, (it might take a couple of tries) but then, you'll never adjust it again and all that money is just going for a ride and doing absolutely ....nothing. Like a super model girlfriend.... looks great... does nothing.
Of course, you would have to do some small amount of work, but then, you would have to anyway, to put those things on. If you enjoy working on your car it's perfect and you can tell everyone you did it yourself and how.
With luck those struts have the original oil filled dampers still. The hydraulic oil is very thin and watery. Replacing the oil with motorcycle fork oil that is thicker will turn them into a firmer heavy duty absorber. I did this by using Bel-Ray 20W fork oil on my Maxima strut swap. Thicker is harder to push through the internal valves and you get to keep the original compression and rebound ratios, just firmer. It comes in a variety of thicknesses and is how motorcycle suspensions are tuned.
Just saying there are lots of ways to get where you want to go, and it doesn't have to cost a lot.
That $900 would buy you some nice rims or tires, brakes and a larger sway bar, ....