Hey I have a shimano 2002 enduro bike with a Fox shock on the back. It has two adjustments on it, which I'm trying to make sense of. One is a travel adjustment, long or short travel. The other is a rebound adjustment, fast or slow rebound. It seems pretty simple, but I'm wondering what would work best for urban riding. I ride around town a lot, jumping off curbs, riding down stairs at high speed, and slamming down 4 foot dropoffs. The terrain is 90% concrete, so it's hard and unforgiving. How would I set the shock (damping/travel) for this type of riding? I would imagine the shock travel would be set to long, but would I want the rebound damping to be fast or slow? I'm trying to make sense of these adjustments and how they work with different riding styles. How about bombing down a trail in the woods hitting stumps and jumps? Or technical riding, such as hopping around and balancing on one wheel? Thanks!