Looking to lower the rear of my 350 a bit to help with handling and get me feet a little closer to the ground. As it sits now, I can't even tip-toe so my starts are sucking! I'm planning on running some combined woods/mx and being a little closer to the ground should be helpful in the tight stuff. I'm also planning on the KTM low seat as well. The Kouba link sounds promising from a price standpoint, but there are three different ones: 3/8" (9.5mm), 3/4" (19mm), and 1 1/2" (too much). There is also the Pro Circuit, SDi, and Ride Engineering, all of which take some research to find the lowering amount. The Ride Engineering link is a 6mm lowering link at about $70 more than the Kouba and very well reviewed. Worth it? Any info would be helpful. I'm leaning towards the 3/8" Kouba link since it seems to be an in between from all of them. TIA!