new around here. Not very familiar with 4-wheel suspensions but pretty familiar with ohlins goodies for the 2-wheel toys. Ohlins tend to have a narrower "sweet spot" compared to say penske counterparts.,, meaning they have to be dialed in just right to have them work really well... often requires a knowledgable technician by your side. However, when dialed in, there arent many better out there. Also, the top shelf suspension goodies should be serviced relatively frequently (bc they are made for racing!).