Hi there I am looking to make my bike absorb square edge and other mostly small bumps (less than 10 inches) with little to no feedback felt, but have high bottoming resistance in the last few inches for emergencies, even if it is extremely harsh through the bars. Just wondering what people think the best way to achieve this is before I sent off for a revalve, so I can gauge if the suspension shop has any idea or if they are just willing to take my money. Most of my riding seems to be fairly flat, I don't think I use more than half the travel 95% of the time, and overall my ride feels harsh and tiring going over what I perceive to be, relatively small bumps. I would also like a setup that gives me a bit more confidence hopping out of ruts. I also don't jump. I'm guessing something along the lines of reduced damping both ways and higher oil level in the forks, not sure about how one would prevent bottoming in the shock. Is there a better way to achieve this? Finally, is tuning for the above something that is basically the same among different suspension brands/types, or will I need to find a tuner that has experience setting up my exact forks and shocks? For reference, my bike is a 2009 KTM 200 xc Thanks!