I finally broke down and had my suspension rebuilt. The one on my bike, I mean. The process for deciding on who got to work on "my baby" was very tedious. After a long period of hibernation in the bathroom (where I musta read every suspension article written, not to mention take out a loan for all the toilet paper I used), I finally decided on MX-TECH. Knowing my wallet was going on a "Slim-Fast" diet, I decided to contact Jeremy Wilkey and see what this whole thing was going to cost. The answer, around $500 or so. Hmmm, less than Procircuit and more that Bob's Midnight Motorcycle. . .so I sent of my suspension. Well, after 2 weeks of no riding; cold sweats at night, dry heaves, migrane headaches, nightmares about my suspension looking like a slinky when it came back; I finally got back my forks and shock. With the anticipate of a teenager on prom night, I put it all back together. . . .and rode it on Saturday. Oh my GAWD! This is an amazing difference. My bike acts like it's glued to my feet. It tracks and turns soooooo much tighter. It's so smooth and I don't have to worry about being bounced off the bike all the time. AND, the bike FEELS much lighter in the way it handles. My wallet is more svelte by $600 but I really LIKE riding my bike now! We don't have all those lovers quarrels anymore, it just does what I tell it to do!! I'm not going to rave about MX-TECH, because I believe any good suspension rebuilder, carefully selected could achieve similar results. I was lucky, Jeremy did a good job for me. I will HIGHLY recommend having the Yamma suspension rebuilt to your specifications. It makes your riding much more enjoyable! It a modification one should consider if you own a WR/YZ! This and a frontal lobotomy (or was that a bottle in front of me?) ------------------ '00 WR, YZ modified and MX-Tech suspension;now if I could just ride it.