Hi all, I'm planning to replace the fork & shock springs and I'm hoping to benefit from the collective wisdom of this awesome forum I just got the bike 1 month ago, '06 WR450F purchased new. I weigh about 235 lbs. without gear, 6'-4" tall. Any advice or information on setups that have worked for others of similar weight / riding would be greatly appreciated! For budget reasons, I'd like to just replace the springs for now, and put off any re-valving, etc. until next year (over the winter). My main concern with the suspension is bottoming resistance supporting my heft on jump landings. I prefer trails / woods riding, but will probably do just as much (more unfortunately) on motocross tracks because that's what all my riding buddies are into. Will just doing the springs provide the biggest bang for the buck? How much more improvement will revalving provide? Will a heavier than stock oil weight in the forks make much difference? Can I just replace the fork springs without replacing the fork oil? I read some other posts about replacing the fork oil and it sounds like more of a project than I want right now. Is any oil volume lost in removing the springs that will need to be replaced? Is there any benefit to adding more oil to the forks? Any recommendations on Race-Tech springs vs. MX-Tech? The websites for each recommend slightly different spring rates for my weight. MX-tech is local for me so I'd probably use them for any future valving, etc. Anybody know why the TT-store doesn't offer any MX-tech products? Sorry for the long post. Thanks!