Hey guys -- I've been riding this fork all season and it's probably about time to do an oil change. My question is, will running a lighter oil weight affect this fork at all? The only adjustments are rebound and preload on this badboy -- not the compression-adjustable version. My only complaint with the fork so far is that it seems to have too much compression damping. My thinking is that there is still a compression valve in there that could be affected by oil viscosity, right? If it speeds up my rebound, that wouldn't be a big deal at all either, because I run the rebound damper all the way fast as it is. Basically, I just want it to be more responsive on small hits and braking bumps. Hell, I wouldn't mind using more travel on larger hits as well. I set my stanchion o-ring before every new trail and thus far I've not used more than about 160 mm. Fox recommends 10 wt oil -- I was thinking of trying 7.5 or even 5. Also, any tips regarding servicing a Fox fork would be appreciated -- it's the first one I've owned. I've rebuilt many, many Marzocchis in my day though -- so I don't expect it will be too much of a challenge. Also, yet another question -- would it be possible to eventually get a compression-adjustable cartridge for this fork?