I just replaced the leaking front Z95 OEM struts (at 89k mi/144k kms) on my 2016 Yukon Denali with the Luft Meister units. I did all the research on Arnotts, Shocksims, Monroes, Fox, the Amazon knock-offs, and various combinations and realize fully I was rolling the dice with Chinese knock-offs. I didn’t (and don’t) believe for a minute their statements that these shocks are programmed magnetic-rheological like the OEM’s. But I’m guessing, given there have been no dash suspenison error codes, they have built-in resistors that work. So from that perspective its like a bargain Shocksims. The install was easy, even with breaking all the rusty bolts that have survived 7 Rocky Mtn winters, and the electrical connectors hooked right up with no need to use any of the alternate connector parts that came in the box. The ride is much nicer now and I’m not sure I really miss the adaptive nature of the OEM magnaride. Perhaps there is a bit more lean/sway on hard cornering but highway driving is fine. Ride height is spot on. We’ll see if they settle over time but so far looks like LM is _the_ most economical and satisfactory solution.