Depends on your definition of "daily drive". I drive my fully prepped STR car to work frequently. But the roads are pretty smooth around here and my commute is all residential streets (no freeway driving). I do drive it on the freeway though and it's not terrible, but I wouldn't want to have to drive it everyday - especially if my commute was 45+ minutes of freeway driving each way. The muffler drone and firm suspension would be too much.
The only other issues I have daily driving the car is with heavy bumps and entering/exiting steep driveways. The rear shocks have quite a bit of extension so the springs will come off the seats entering/exiting steep driveways, and then drop back on. It makes a not so nice noise when this happens.
I would also think twice about driving in the rain, snow, mud, etc.... Most high-end coil over shocks have threaded shock bodies and exposed adjuster knobs. Road salt and deicer will slowly take it's toll on these parts over time. You could try and cover them to protect them from the elements, but eventually they will get ruined.
Maybe I'm too finicky... but I only drive my car on nice days. Just my $0.02.