First of all I don't have the funds to get it revalved or changed right now so I have been playing with the adjustments. Front forks only. I'm talking road riding only, majority of our asphalt roads are crap. The bumps that get transmitted the most are the small ones, imperfect road surfaces where you will get lot's of undulations, small holes, ripples etc. Rebound is about the smoothest I can get, today I went back to full soft on the compression and I will work my way slowly back to harder settings to road test the results at each change. Whilst backing off the compression has improved the ride slightly, I now have of course a little too much front end dive. Previous maintenance records from shop work show no changes to the forks/ springs so I assume they are stock, front forks did have seals done and oil changed in July 2010, using 5W oil. While I have not exactly measured sag, it's about correct on the rear for the amount i see the bike move, loaded, unloaded and with me on it. If i ride slowly and stand on the pegs, while shifting my weight to move the suspension up and down front and back, the rear is nice and compliant. The front barely moves.