I just got my 2000WR forks and shock done by White Bros. They set them up for intermediate MX'ing and a 165lb rider. They kept the stock fork springs (46) and replaced the 50 rear spring with a 52. I wouldn't have made the mods for just trails but I was interested in being able to jump better. Beyond the obvious observations that the bike now doesn't bottom over big jumps I noticed a couple of side benefits. 1) The front end rotates up much better. This is especially helpful for slower speed jumps or step ups where you want to get the front end up. I was surprised at how much easier it is to get the front end up. It now comes up naturally. 2) The bike steered with much greater precision. Is this my imagination? Has anybody else had this same experience? Anyway, I felt like the bike was much easier to place on the track. 3) The bike felt alot lighter. This should be kind of obvious, but the weight of the WR really was overpowering the suspension. So the bike felt like an overweight pig. Now it feels 20-30 pounds lighter. Kind of like how more HP makes a bike feel lighter. Overall, I have always been quite intimidated by the size, weight and top heavy-ness of the WR, as I am only 5'8". But this time around I felt comfortable on the bike. It was almost like I knew what I was doing. Scary I may end up paying the price when I go trail riding. But the compliance was pretty good. So I don't think the penalty will be too great. I figured I can always trail ride with a stiff suspension. But I can't MX with a soft one. Question for MOTO GREG - Did they make that double at Elsinore smaller? Because there were revisions to the track since about 1-2 months ago.