The KX forks were leaking on the killa. After much debating about my suspension skills (very short debate) and the images of fork parts lying around my garage for days/weeks/months during prime riding season, I called Neil. Neil has no website, no cool webname or shop. He simply does fine work with meticulous detail. He listens to you tell your story about whatever fine piece of machinery you have brought to him and then fixes what you want and how you want it. At the end, you don't feel bad walking out broke. If you are thinking of the latest doodad for your machine, think about suspension first. Neil did the front and rear of the killa. I cannot say that it is the bees knees or that now I can do a faster turn or whatever. What I can say is that I no longer notice my suspension. And that is a good thing. Not to mention-he finished it in 1 day. For those that think that service is a bygone ere of overpriced motorcycle shops, give Neil a call. (303)761-4652 By the way, Neil says that fork oil is supposed to be changed on dirt bikes about every 30-50 hours. I can't think of the last time someone wrote in their c-list ad: fork oil changed.... Just a thought. Best money spent in a long time.