I'm not running on an Alpine Peak Chassis, but I am running on Bilstein shocks.
My coach was built in 1995 with Bilstein shocks. It rode really rough. The previous owner had written many comments in the owner's manual trying to soften the ride by lowering the tire pressures.
Last year I decided to change the shocks. The price difference between Bilstein and Koni, plus the fact the Bilstein were actively trying to modify their shock to produce a satisfactory ride, led me to try the new Bilstein shock.
Once removed, the old shocks were like solid rods. I could not compress or open any one of the old shocks without clamping it in a vice and really struggling to make the shock move.
The new shocks were fairly stiff to compress, but not difficult. They opened back to full length on their own.
Once installed, the new Bilstein shocks proved to be a good buy. My coach handles very tight, yet rides very well. Now we never think about the quality of our ride. It performs exactly how we would expect it to.
I now find that the tire pressure has no effect on the quality of the ride. I have finally decided to run my tires at about the maximum recommended pressure because it is probably safer, and the ride is good.
I have never tried Koni shocks, but I can't imagine what improvement there would be by trying a different brand of shock.
Jim & Kate
2016 Creekside 23RKS, 2014 Ram 1500 Eco Diesel
1995 Monaco Dynasty 36', 2005 Honda Pilot