Hey everyone, So I posted up in the general suspension forum, but I don't feel like my questions got answered fully, and I think there will be more model specific expertise here. So, I weigh in around 230lbs with full gear. I've got the stock suspension on the bike, and I feel like it let's me down. I can't use any specific words like "wallows" or "pogos", but I've definitely encountered it bottoming out a bit harshly, and reading the general "where to start" for suspension has me thinking there is something in this for me. Where I ride: 99% of the time trails. Generally rugged trails that a quad could barely survive, with the occasional section of single track. I like having some options for lines, as I don't feel all that "free" on single track. There's everything from jumps to flats, drops, ruts, rock gardens, berms, banks, logs, and the occasional animal. I occasionally hit up a MX course, although I'm aware this bike just won't be able to do both very well. I'd probably qualify as an intermediate rider, although it's all relative really. Some questions: 1- Of the responses I got, one person said that only re-valving and adjusting the oil level would take care of everything. How much credence should I pay to this? Will this help the harshness of flat landings? 2- When I looked on racetech's spring thingy... it gave me a spring rate for my weight, and then if I read right... there was only one spring option for the front forks on the WR beyond what is stock... wha??? The rear then had a ton of options. Could some one help me make sense of this? 3-What do I gain or lose by going up in spring rate? Where will a softer spring help me versus a harder one?