As long as it doesn't feel like it just sinks through the travel as soon as you hit a bump it should be ok. Had a bike that did that, it felt superplush but it did bob like crazy and as soon as it got really chunky it blew through the travel. I kinda like that the Ripmo sits high in the travel, but it could do with a little more sensitivity. Can't really say that the Ripmo in any way limits my riding though. It is way better then meIt’s no sofa and still relatively agile with some good pop, but I will admit that it can dumb down mellower trails. I notice that when I ride my Offering and Wreckoning on the same “less steep and technical” trails, I get a bit more of an adrenaline high on the Offering. It feels like I’m going faster with more input from the trail...a bit more on the edge feeling than the Wreckoning. The exaggeration would be like riding a hardtail vs a FS. I still find myself grabbing the Wreckoning for most rides though because I can climb just as fast and has confidence to spare in the chunky stuff. If I had to choose just one bike, for the trails I ride, I’d pick the Wreckoning.