I apologize in advance if this is duplicating too many of the mojo as an "all mountain posts..." What I am interested in is using my mojo for occasional lift accessed riding this summer on trails that have drops in the 5 ft. range but with smooth transitions. I am upgrading to a 160mm talas and havoc wheels and already run the 2.35's, 50mm stem, dual front chainring setup. With the slight flex and lighter weight frame I was wondering if I should instead consider buying a used Transition Preston or Bottlerocket instead of spending the cash on a new fork and wheels for the mojo. For the few times I will be doing the lift riding each year, it seems as if I would be better off spending the money on making the mojo better for my type of riding and have one good all-around bike with the increased fork travel I want and the beefier wheels for the rocky trails here. Seeing as some people are riding the mojo in DH races using 140mm forks I think the mojo can handle it. I figure as long as I am hitting nice transitions and not launching it like Lopes, I should be O.K. What are your thoughts? Anyone doing any man made park riding?