Hi. So I was reading the owners manual on my new Pike 454 last night. I like the concept of negative and positive air, and I understand what it does in terms of ride characteristics and such. However, I am unclear as to whether or not the negative air "fights" the positive air. By cranking up the negative air pressure to max rec. for my weight, and doing the same for the positive chamber, would I get the same effect as if I just kept the pressure in the positive air chamber a little lower and didn't worry to much about the negative? I'm sure I could test all of this out on my own, but I'm trying to decide whether to keep or sell the fork (which is newly won), so I don't want to mount it. If by cranking up both pressures I can keep the fork "bottomless" yet supple, then I think I'd rather keep the fork and ditch my 05 Pike team. Anyone feel like explaining the wonders of neg/pos air? I did a search and found only a thread response saying, "I guess you don't understand the merits of negative air." Well, neither do I, so far. Thanks a bunch!