I’m a taller rider than almost everyone. The linkage bike, when you take it off the stand it squats a little lower. So for me, I’m already so tall, I have to bend my knees when I’m sitting on the bike. The EXC is kind of like a stinkbug where it sits up higher in the rear. So for me it’s a little bit more of a comfortable feel. But the hardest thing for me when transferring from bike to bike was the way it has that stinkbug feel the front end was getting more pressure on it. So when I was turning I had to learn how to turn just a little differently, just get comfortable with it. It was kind of pushing the front end when I was first riding it. I’ve mostly figured it out now, but the two bikes definitely handle differently. The feel of the PDS I think works really good for off-road. It’s really kind of plush in the first part of the stroke and it doesn’t get super stiff. The linkage bikes, just the way the linkage ratio works they’ll really ramp up and feel kind of rigid. So if you’re looking for a nice, single-track off-road ride, I’m thinking PDS would kind of be your better option.