I just got my new springs yesterday and I'm trying to adjust my clickers on the shocks. I'm not sure what is the best method besides trial and error. First off, I'm a big guy so I went with 6.3 on the rear and 5.2 on the front so the springs are very stiff compared to stock. I want to set it up on the soft side because I'm not jumping big, mostly I'm riding fire roads and single track. At first I adjusted the clickers very stiff thinking that with the stiff springs, that was the way to start. It was way too harsh! I then backed it off 10 clicks, it was a lot better. I then thought what the heck and took the clickers all the way out. Wow, really plush and soft but the rear feels kind of (for a better word) wiggley. When I tighten the clickers, the rear feels tight but I loose that plush feeling on the high speed hits. So...How do you guys adjust your suspension? Do you start with the rebound adjustment first or the dampening? Low-speed or high-speed first? How do you test your bike to see if it's right? On my mountian bikes I would put a zip-tie on the shock and go for a ride. When I got back if the zip-tie was not showing full travel I would soften things up. Same goes for if the zip-tie was bottomed I would add more air to the shock. How do you guys know when it's right? I bought the springs with the advice I received here and I can't thank you all enough for all your help. This is a great forum! Thanks again in advance.