Greetings all! Love this site! So my wife and I currently ride DRZ400's, an SM for me and an S for her.. Her DRZ seat height is too tall, but for onroad/dirt road rides she does pretty good.. Offroad single track is way too much of a challenge for her and she has no interest in doing it.. Moving right along.. We've decided to get back into straight dirt bikes, years ago she had a TTR125 to start with and was unstoppable on it.. As we are looking at bikes, the TTR230 is a good seat height for her, but lacks the power and suspension she is looking for. Over all she just doesn't like it and we've looked at the honda CFR230, etc.. Kids bikes are her statements.. I am going to pick up a WR450, and when we where looking at the dealer, she took a really keen interest into the WR250. Everything about it she likes, the power, the suspension, etc. The Seat Height is just a total deal killer.. In order to get this WR250 setup for her, we'd need the seat height dropped to roughly the TTR230 height. Yamaha says the seat heights are currently: WR250 - 38.6 inches TTR230 - 34.2 Inches So I have searched all over here on TT - I know about shaving the seat, YamaLinks, etc.. The issue is we are talking about 4+ inches of drop.. Links and seat won't get me that sort of drop, and I don't want to take the suspension so far out of spec that she rides a brick around. I have read the entire posting on AVRider regarding shortypants riders (/chuckle) and searched all over and my understanding is I would need to send off the suspension to someone to have this modified and setup for her.. Need some help please! Who would you trust to do this work? What kind of money do I need to budget to have this done? We are both going to buy brand new bikes, at a dealer, am looking for a 12 left over and will take a 12 or 13 model her for hers. The goal is to work with a dealer who would be happy to sell two new bikes for a good price, but am back to how much money do I need on top of that to setup her suspension so she can ride it. My goal here is to have this done correctly while also giving her the confidence she needs to run the bike like she wants and not constantly be thinking about how she is going to stop/drop the bike.. Thanks for any assistance/advice I've not mentioned above and again love the site!