Been getting bored with Park and riding a lot more of the mountain side lately. Trying to decide on an only bike for 2013. I lead XC rides for my shop, and will be doing that a lot, but I have more fun riding XC on my ss dirtjump bike than my XC bike. Playfulness is worth more to me than a cushy ride. I ride dirtjumps a lot during the winter. So here is my singleplan, build up a short travel-playful frame, possibly singlespeed, with two seatpost combos, one height adjust seatpost/seat to slap on for XC, another pivotal seatpost/seat to put on for jumping. My riding for the next year will be as follows: 35% XC/Trail/AM/FR style riding 35% Dirt Jumping 15% Park Riding (box jumps and vert walls are what I stick to) 10% heading to the mountains for a few shuttle runs 5% goofing around street riding My idea of the build is: 120mm-150mm travel adjust fork (higher setting only really for riding in the mountains) Singlespeed for around here, 1x10 for mountains Light weight, All mountain wheelset So, who has built up a similar type of bike? Does it work? Options I have put out of the equation: Having 3 different bikes for all of my wants (trying to keep it to one for simplicity's sake) Having an AM or mini DH bike and a DJ bike (tried it, AM/MiniDH bikes are just not that fun to me, unless they cost more than I am willing to spend) I have narrowed it down to 3 frames I have access to getting at shop cost: Specialized P.Slope (pro: low stand over, SS option, light. con: no maxle rear end, possibly won't hold a h/a seatpost i'd like 100mm of travel) Black Market Killswitch (pro: nearly everything I want in a frame. con: the most expensive option, 1 1/8th headtube) NS Soda Slope (pro: same as the killswitch. con: no maxle rear end) I think too much. Help me obi-wan kanobi, you're my only hope.