I'm in the market for a new fork, or at least a change of spring in the fork. I've had a 2013 Rockhopper Comp 29 (Specialized Bicycle Components) for about a year now and the fork just isn't soft enough for me, even with preload adjusted all the way. I've looked around and I think I either want a Manitou Tower Pro, Minute Pro, or a Rockshox Reba RL. The problem is that I don't really know the difference between a Tower and Minute, because from previous posts I've determined I would probably want a Manitou more. The problem I have with the current fork on the bike (Rockshox XC28) is that I only weigh about 120 pounds (I'm 17 and 5'7") and I don't think the fork is right for me. So I would like to know what the difference between the tower and minute are, or should I just buy a softer spring for the XC28 and try to install it myself? I'm also a bit confused at which size would fit my bike.