I have been testing a set of flex forks from hustler over the past week. If you are not familiar with these check out this form which has pics. http://www.lawnsite.com/showthread.php?t=121408&page=2&highlight=flex+forks The flex forks do smooth out the ride a lot. However it is hard to tell if it is the flex forks or the lowered cutting height now in the fall that is causing more scalping than normal. I am going to try to lower the anti scalp wheels on my deck and give it a try later this week. I have noticed when mowing steep hills sideways the lower side of the deck tends to scalp, my guess is because more weight is transferred to the one flex fork. I hope lowing the anti scalp wheels will help this. However on my large properties I can mow at full speed and not have the deck slam up and down like it would before if I went full speed. Every time I load it on to my trailer you use to feel the bump as I transition onto the gate; now, no bump. I'll let you know the results of lowing the scalp wheels. Over all they smooth out the ride a lot. The scalping isn't too bad given I am cutting at 2.25-2.5" now for the fall. I'll take pics of them on my mower tomorrow and post those, maybe I can even get a movie clip up. Feel free to ask me any questions you have. I'll keep everyone updated.