Im trying to raise a genius topic here. I have never seen this talked about before. I know for a fact that valving and proper spring rates are important, but I have an observation to propose. I like my front end with a lot of spring, as in one rate higher, and almost no valving.The opposite goes for the rear, I like lots of valving and light springs. Where am I going with this? I guess I am trying to ask the question, does it matter and what is the reason for this? Also what is the advantage to this and what does it change? I know for a fact that lots of valving makes for a very dampened feel, and more spring gives more bounce. But why not run a balanced feel of spring and valving? I know everyone does their own thing and its all preference. Is my setup wrong thanks to a technicality of physics? I dont know what to think on this subject, maybe some people could weigh in how they run their setups and why you guys think it works the way it does. As in give your type of riding, dirt, and bike/stroke count. I dont want to hear anyone saying someone elses setup is wrong. I just want to hear what you guys think about how I think, and weigh in with your settings/thoughts. thanks guys.