I know DHX Airs suck on most frames. Their biggest draw back having lacking midstroke support and blowing through travel. I know this is a terrible characteristic for most frames but I feel the Trek almost has too much midstroke support and like to ride too high in it's travel. It's relatively harsh until you hit something big and compression gives way. I'm on a CCDB right now and using very light comp settings (as recommended by CC). It sounds like blasphemy but the way I see it the DHX-A's cons might do well for the Session's quirks. Advantage of DHX-A's are also Airspring, bottom out control (I miss this on the CCDB), and a slightly lower ride. The other problem with this proposition is that I don't think DHX-A's are made in 8.75x2.75 stroke lengths (not sure). But this got me thinking of short shocking it. 0.25 is not much of a difference, should still have a good 7+" of travel and judging from the chart below the feel shouldn't change significantly, it's pretty linearly progressive. Slacked out it would probably be on par with newer slacker rides. Any thoughts? Definitely just curious right now.