Up next we’ve got this huge double. What makes this situation a little bit more complicated is that we have a really short run-up, so we’re going to want a firmer compression setting [on both ends] for the face of the jump so you don’t blow through the stroke. Since this jump has a log on top with a little bit of a kicker, that’s going to make rebound very important as well because we don’t want it to be too fast and we don’t want it to be too slow. So, backing up a little bit, compression-wise, if our suspension is too soft coming up the face of this, we’re going to travel through the stroke and we’re going to go through the jump, not over it. That’s not what we want. So you want it to be firm [at both ends] so it stays up in the stroke, so it transfers that energy up and out. For the log at the top, rebound is going to be really important because if the rebound is too fast [on the shock], it’s going to kick us up and over the handlebar, and nobody wants that. If it’s too slow, we’re going to kind of overcompensate for it naturally and it’s going to kick us up like Larry Loopout. You don’t want to be Larry, so you’ve got to find that happy medium where it stays up in the stroke and the rebound pops you just enough so you get a nice, even chassis over the whole jump, and hopefully you down-side the backside of those tires nice and smooth.