I just returned from a 3100 mile trip. The majority of the roads traveled were the same as previous trips (x3). Prior to this long trip I planned to later have the Air Ride installed. I've now changed my mind. The changes that the Koni shocks made to the ride are noticeable - more than I originally thought. Subjectivity is sometimes difficult and my previous short trip did not help. I have a whiskey compass on my dash (you pilots know the type), I just have a habit of looking at it for some reason - even though I have a fully capable GPS. The point is that this little compass turned out to be a good indicator of ride smoothness. Before the Konis the compass was almost unreadable at times. Now, easily readable and no more "Dash Crash" (that jolt that moves the dash). The ride changed so much that now I can definitely determine I have wheel imbalance (most noticeable at 45 and 70mph). I did not notice this before because it was masked by the poor ride. For me, the Koni shocks were worth the money spent. After the installation of some wheel balancers (Centramatic), I feel I have invested enough for a reasonable return. I now have a very nice riding MH.....er.....Truck.
2008 Daybreak 3578 on a Ford F53 V10 228" WB 20.5K Lb Chassis
Four-Down towing a 2008 Ford Escape