Is the back is kicking side to side, you need to adjust your rebound damping, not your compression damping. Most likely you will need to increase it (slow down the rebound) so it doesn't kick you around. It's probably rebounding too quickly and causing this. On the other hand, it could be set to stiff and have a similar feeling, but if I had to guess, it probably needs to be increased. This should help a lot. Try a few clicks at atime and ride it in the same sections to see how it affects the handling. The bike should perform much better than your first experience. It's the best bike in it's class currently! I didn't play with the rebound as I was "tought" to only make one change at a time. changed the compression before the last practice. Also, the high speed compression on the shock wasn't touched. I think the high speed compression is the one that affects shart edge hits and accelleration bumps, while the low speed comp is more for jump landings. If the suspension is going to break in some and smooth out, Im not going to put a ton of effort into playing with clickers untill I get some more hours on the bike.