something to think about the next time you are fiddling with your settings on your fork. the HSC settings effect the LSC a LOT. i always though that the HSC setting is actually what it says, a high speed compression adjuster. but go set you LSC at max, with your HSC at min, push down on your fork. then crank the HSC all the way in with the same LsC setting. feel the difference? its actually more accurately a LSC threshold adjuster like on a boxxer moco. thanks to socket aka steve for explaining this to me. and no, this is not just from parking lot test. just spent a day doing runs at cwmcarn messing with the settings. so i ended up setting the LSC roughly where i wanted it, then left it and adjusted the HSC until the fork wasn't bumpy on the smaller high speed bumps. really stoked with it now. the reason i have been setting my 40 all over again is because i just got it back from mojo, its got new lowers after wearing out the old bushings, cracking the arch and bending the compression rod. i was so used to riding the old fork, its now way to plush for my liking at my old settings, i have to start from scratch again. i am loving my 40 all over again. hope this will help ppl out there have a better understanding of how the adjustments work and set their forks to how they want them. and socket- you should try adjusting the LSC on a 40 with the HSC is all the way in, its a huge difference. not quite like a boxxer, but still a big difference. something you will feel with a push down test. and i definitely agree that you cant feel the difference between the min and max setting of LSC if the HSC is set pretty low. it was still something i felt on the trail tho, then i cranked up the hsc to see if what you said would make sense, and WOW. what a big difference.