I got my suspension sorted on Saturday hoping to deal with terrible front end deflecting that robbed me of all confidence in the bike (and my abilities). I was the only customer on the day, so got very personalised service - SCORE! Before I had even taken the bike out Terry Hay (Shock Treatment owner that was doing the tuning for me) diagnosed I had a problem with the rebound on the rear shock. It was making a horrible sound when returning to position after being compressed. Anyway, I got kitted up, they set the sag, and went to the track. I was very hesitant and nervous given the bike had bitten me, but after a bit of advice and coaching from Terry we headed back to the workshop and the fun began. I ended up getting Gold valves back and front, a Rebound Separation Valve in the rear shock, and fat-bastard springs for my 125kg weight, and of course shim changes. During the operation I asked a lot of questions, some no doubt dumb, but they were very good about explaining things to me. Sure, some of it was way over my head, but they tried none-the-less, which I appreciate. With the forks, all I can remember about the shim changes is that he removed 3 of the largest shims from each forks rebound stacks (think they were mid-valves, but may have been base) and he swapped some shims with those that came with the gold valve kit. The fork springs were about 8mm longer to effectively give about 12mm of preload. I didn't see what shim changes were made in the rear shock, but I know he put a Rebound Separator Valve (http://www.racetech.com/HTML_FILES/REBOUND_SEPARATOR.html) in to get rid of "vague feeling and bottoming on long duration hits like big dips or gullies". I have no idea what size bleed jet though. Once everything was back together we went down to the track again. After a few laps and a few setting changes I still wasn't happy with the front end as I felt it was quite harsh, so Terry took the bike away and changed the springs to a shorter one that was just a little shorter than the stock ones (less preload) which made a big difference. He made several clicker changes before each lap and really dialed the settings in nicely. I need to check what the settings are and write them down in case I ever need to reset them. I got to test the setup properly on a full day ride on Sunday and without a doubt I am MUCH happier. I was gaining confidence in the handling slowly from the start of the ride, but the real turning point was when I had a heart stopping moment where I accidentally hit a loose fist sized rock that was very similar to the one I hit when I lost my front end and broke my collarbone at Easter. Instead of deflecting though, it just soaked the hit up so I barely even knew I hit it. AWESOME! After that I was a lot less tentative and gave the suspension more of a workout. I think I have some more tweaking to do as there were a couple of rough sections where I felt I bounced through them rather than rode through. The front felt fine, but the back end seemed to bounce and make the engine scream while the rear was in the air. I'll see how I go next ride though. So anyway, I am a happy customer and rate these guys. It is well worth getting your suspension sorted out to for your weight and riding style!