Hey ya'll haven't posted much...haven't been driving the burb much. Shes turfed right now because, well, I'm borderline broke each month. So the little excess I have after bills goes into the honda so I can get to and from work in a much more efficient manner. Anyhoooo, I guess this is just a discussion question and that is: what is the 2500 suspension actually good for? I ask because when I got it, I realized it was insanely stuff. I dont really mind it, but I was under the impression that with a load she would be squatted and the suspension would be tolerable. Well, it's not. It's stiff unloaded, it's stiff with a 3500# flatbed, it was stiff with a 5000# camper...its just always freakin stiff. I took my womans ram 1500 out to pull my 18' flatbed the other day. It was actually quite tolerable, and the 5.7 handled it just fine. The flatbed just beats the hell out of me in the suburban. Again, the suspension is so damn stiff so there is no forgiveness when I feel each and everyone of the bumps on the trucks tires, or the trailers tires. What gives? I'm just curious as to what having a suspension THAT STIFF is actually useful for.