Since we have been jousting about with each other and Max a bit of late I will mention something I re-learned yesterday. During a ride on lonely back roads I came upon a work area where the old pavement had been ground way by one of those huge rotary pavement grinders. That part of the job was complete and they were getting ready to begin resurfaceing. I drove about 18 miles on that rough linear pattern. Back when I had OE suspension and even when I had fresh wear parts with Progressive springs front and rear plus brace and good tires and full pre-load system; that stuff really made the bike tend to wander to and fro. Not too bad if you could keep the speed up to 45 or more, but still kinda unpleasant. When I got the original level Full Monty, I noticed those ground surfaces no longer posed any problem other than not being smooth. Yesterday's ride reminded me and since our civil discussions were fresh, I even played on the rough stuff some from 25 up to about 50 mph and the Traxxion system with about 25,000 miles on it handled very predictably and was not prone to track the grooves (B'stones front and rear). With the previous two suspension set-up it would wander about quite a bit at those slower speeds.