So reading the forum, listening to responses on my lift setup, etc; I have a couple questions: I understand the stinkbug effect to this degree, and the fact of a higher rear end unloaded, will with load bring to level. I typically don't haul/carry much more than some camping gear. I have all ways camp'd light so most my gear is... well light. I really like the level looking stance. So with my typical load, how should I correct this? or compensate? I do respect the words of "drive it for a few months to let it settle", but I feel like if it were to settle that much in the rear, something would be wrong or broken to get there. Do I just on it to settle as much as possible? Do I use spacers on the front? Do I scrap the OME med setup in the front and do something else? All things considered, I canceled my Blue CC's. And will re-order once I get a reading on where I currently stand there. Im sure with "leveling", my castor would also change leading me to other solutions to correct. Long story short, Happy with the rear lift, the front seems a little low and would like to correct. Future weight expectations (will be awhile), would be sliders and skids before front or rear bumps.