So many suspension shops usually just switch around a couple of shims and change springs. If they really know what they are doing your good with that suspension.
Many suspension shops will throw away the valves and put Racetech valves in and walla their done.
If your a decent mechanic you can follow the CD that comes with the Racetech gold valves and do it yourself. You will learn about suspension and save money. With the new gold valves comes access to the Racetech computer to tell you which shims to use for your weight, riding skills, large tank and so forth. One thing to remember be honest about where you ride and your skill level.
I really appreciate your advice, thanks. I believe I will go for the do it myself route ... I'm not concerned with the mechanical aspects of pulling the bike apart and putting back together. The WR is a pretty simple machine and I can fix about anything from airplanes, cars, boats etc and I've been wrenching bikes for a long time. My biggest thing is getting the suspension set up correctly (I guess that part intimidates me). It sounds like the RaceTech computer should be able to keep me straight there. Any idea of turn time, I'm sure this is their busy season. I ride in so many different type of areas, hopefully there is a one and done for me ... ie mud, big rocks, sugar sand, gravel and simple to moderate trails.