I finally had the opportunity to get my crf out in the woods. The real woods, state land in northern MI. I felt like I was going to crash constantly. Every tree root, sand wash, and unseen rock was a reason for my front or rear wheel to go in some direction other than forward. In short a terrifying day of riding. So I thought I was just having a tough day, friends were always waiting for me at the trail interchanges. I rode my buddy's kdx 200 and quickly realized it wasn't me, it was absolutely the horrible crf suspension. All of you who try to tell us slower guys how bad it is at speed are 100% correct, in a word, dangerous. The question is...after riding the kdx with all of that great forgiving suspension, with emulators and a Hlebo revalve will the crf be even close to comparable? I finally have something to compare it too, I'm using the kdx as a benchmark and wonder how close to "real suspension" I will be with this investment? I really can't justify any expenditure larger than the 400 or so for the simple emulator/revalve route. For the money spent on a usd conversion, and a works shock I could buy a whole bike with the suspension already set up. The motor is a whole other story, fun but a little slowwwww...... Any advice is greatly appreciated, so should it stay or should it go?