I bought the base model back in February and I have to say, I am not impressed. I live in grand junction Co. So the terrain is mixed. Rocks, forest, and high desert. On the rocks it is very rough, just about gives you whiplash. On the whoops out in the desert, it kicks the rear end up and bottoms out. I can hit jumps very well but then bottoms out on landings. And they are not flat landings either. Most are tabletops anywhere from 20 to 40 ft. I had a buddy ride with me and he had to take the next day off of riding because his back was sore from the jump. I ride very hard I understand that, but another buddy has a RZR and he does not have any problems with his suspension. If I'm riding behind him, I can see what a difference his is to mine. I should note that I have not adjusted my suspension at all. Completely stock. I contacted shock therapy and they said i should re-valve the QS3 shocks and put new/different coils on. It would cost me around $1400. Does anyone have any experience with re-valving of the QS3's? Is it really that much of a difference? Shock therapy also said that they would set up an interview and get all of my info.. type of riding, how I ride, terrain etc... and adjust them to me. They said naturally, with the new shocks, it adds 2 more inches of clearance. What do you guys think? Any suggestions?