The 2010 Dealer Expo, where companies show off their wares to US dealers, just wrapped up and Dirt Rider was there in Indianapolis walking the convention hall floor just for you. We gathered up information on all the new products on display and picked our favorites. So here you have it, the coolest goodies from the Indy show, without so much as a blister, sore foot, or airline delay...FIRST PLACE - Xtrig preload adjusterThis is one of those 'a-ha' devices where you see it and instantly kick yourself for not thinking it up yourself. The Xtrig replaces your shock's two preload adjuster collars with a single collar then moves up or down the shock threads with the twist of an easy-to-reach bolt. That means with a t-handle and about three seconds you can adjust your shock's sag throughout its entire range. At $149.99, it may at first sound like a high buy-in to simplify an adjustment you make, what, maybe once when you get your bike and then again each time you get your suspension serviced? But your bike's race sag is a critical tuning component and the one that should be dialed in to the riding conditions before any others. We all know that, but when it comes to tuning your bike out at the track or trail, it's more likely you're going to grab a screwdriver and start with the clickers, because that's easier than banging out the preload rings and twisting the spring. Well, not anymore. The Xtrig makes sag adjustment (get that, it's an adjustment, not a setting) as quick and easy as clicking a compression adjuster. The Xtrig wins as our 'best of show' for making sag adjustment for the average guy as quick as it is for a factory racer. You just turn a t-handle rather than complain to your factory mechanic.