My Fox 36 feels like dog doodoo in certain situations. 1. When lifting the front end over logs and such, it feels like it tops out almost. Its not harsh and doesn't happen all the time, but i definitely notice it more than I like. 2. If I use my front brake over chattery stuff, roots or in some tight turns, it feels like the fork just clunks through the travel. This feels really bad and happens all the time. Its unnerving because it feels like I'm losing traction when I need it the most. When I'm not using the front brake and just charging to my ability, it feels fine. Note: I had the Fork fully serviced by Fox Canada (or whoever) over the winter. It did the top out thing before it was serviced as well. I can't remember if it felt like #2 before, but it was definitely suffering from the stiffyharsh syndrome mentioned in another thread from time to time. Right now I think there is 93ish psi in the fork, both compression settings are about midway (high speed might be a little less) and rebound is 5 or 6 clicks in from open. One other thing I noticed today and probably due to setup from being rebuilt, I went down this one steep trail with my brakes on. I had to go slow as there was downed trees everywhere. Its the type of steep that once you start going, you pretty much have to commit. Going that slow and braking, the fork was sitting down like 3/4 of the way in the travel....way too much. Does that need more low speed compression? halp. I have a Pike at 150mm that I can put back on the bike, which "works". But I really don't like the 3 position compression setting.... Any suggestions? Am I running too much air? I experimented with less psi last summer, but if I recall correctly, I couldn't get the damn thing to stop brake diving like crazy.