The most notable upgrade to the Fox RP23 shock range is the Adaptive Logic external compression-adjustment feature. The shock's ProPedal, anti-bob damping function is preset at a high level at the factory. Now, the ProPedal lever simply switches from no platform to the preset level. The external Adaptive Logic dial gives RP23 owners adjustable low-speed compression damping - an important function that has been missing since the original RP3's debut. This tuning option should be a plus for every rider, especially jumpers, who often crank up the shock's compression damping to mute bad landings. Watch the video for the whole story:We think Fox's new RP23 with Adaptive Logic could give aggressive riders a lighter-weight alternative to a DH-type piggyback damper or a simple coil-over shock. Any thoughts?