Kind of a loaded question--of course the best supsension you can have is "worth it". Here's where I'm coming from....My 2002 XR650R rear shock is weeping fluid, AFAIK my forks have the OEM fluid in them, and I've been pushing myself and my bike harder through the desert than ever before. Not an especially good combination! Whoops, gullies, big bumps (not jumps), rocks, and all the rest--I'm hitting them harder then I've done in the past (started riding with a couple of desert racers) and am going a lot faster. For casual dual sport duty, clapped out XR650R suspension is still decent, lol. But for railing through the desert it's got me fighting the bike. I know my suspension needs attention. I feel like the bike's weight demands good suspension. I'm just not strong enough to force such a heavy bike to do what I want for an extended period. I want my suspension to do as much of the work for me as possible. (Or maybe I just need to condition and learn how to ride--lol) I've played with the damping and it's better but I've no doubt my stuff needs rebuilt. Will I be satisfied by putting my suspesion back to "fresh stock" or should I start gearing up to send my suspension somewhere? What would that cost? Recomendations?