Confused is the way to describe it. Rode a new Hannigan at a dealer, but only on smooth, pretty good highway-Rode nice. The Hannigan at Wing Ding was an '02 I believe-pretty rough ride. Why didn't they have any newer? Rode a new Roadsmith and Trike Shop at Davis Rally-both rode nice, but no tight curves or much for bumps. Also rode a friends CSC, an '06, over same road as the Roadsmith and Trike Shop-pretty much same ride. Talked to a couple of people owning solid axle Lehman, they both said they liked the solid axle best for performance, but it did ride rougher in bumps. I think they liked the performance part better than ride quality. CSC is the closest dealer to me with what I know is a very good reputation-still couple hours away. Seems like Roadsmith rode the best, but looks like more electronics in the suspension to worry about. I know alot of people have said to find a dealer with very good reputation-that weighs alot in the decision. Would a current CSC conversion have the bugs worked out of the driveshaft issues?