Can someone explain the differences between the DW-Link and Maestro suspension. I've studied pictures of the two and the only thing I can see are small differences in the lengths and angles between the pivot points. The new Trek Fuel EX and Top Fuel are also similar in design. I've got a couple hours total time on a Fuel EX 9.9 and it performed great except when getting out of the saddle there was quite a bit of movement in the suspension. Is DW-Link so good that you can stand and have little movement in the rear suspension. Bear in mind I've only been on a few full suspension bikes, but my cycling roots are in off road riding and have been road racing the past decade and need to get back off road. Thanks.