I pretty much love my suspension. It is set up by RG3 for woods but works as well as anything I have ever ridden on the track also. I do most of my practicing on the track. Just the other day while working on a 90 degree flat left turn that has about a two foot steep berm (making it not flat anymore), I hit the turn with my weight a bit farther back than usual. When I did this the rear of the bike "sat" low during the "arch" of my turn and everything felt very smooth and I got a lot of nice smooth drive out of the turn. Under normal circumstances I would have come into that turn slid up on the tank layed her over to the left broke the rear lose with the brake or maybe the throttle, and had to work the clutch on my yz 250 to keep the power smooth all while fighting the accl. bump on the exit. I am only 5'4 and have lost about 12 pounds (145-130'ish) since my suspension was set up. Is being lighter, and short in general (less weight on the back) causing me problems? Do I need a lighter spring in the rear? Is the rear even supposed to have a pronounced "sit" during a corner? Thanks for any info you guys have.