Perhaps slightly off topic but does anyone run hydraulic bump stops? I wanted to experiment with these on my GX to get very progressive right at the end of travel. But the length of the bump stop compared to the height of the lift would have put the bump stop on or very near the LCA at right height. My plan with the 200 was to run internal bypasses up front (and external rear) so that I can tune the end range of travel to be very progressive. Effectively act like a hydraulic bump stop. But curious if anyone has used hydraulic bumps on a 200. Either hydraulic bumps or internals might help control extreme situations like this better.
That said, I'm speculating. I do have experience tuning shocks, but not for high shaft speed bottom out conditions (was not a factor in how I used my FJ-62 or GX). But I will be discussing this with whoever I buy my suspension from (King or Fox, because they both offer internal coilover bypasses).