Was just about to email the shock manufacturer and then realized I didn't understand some of the damper sheet details. * Base -- this would be the base force when the damper adjustment is at the softest setting, and then each adjustment level would theoretically increase the force by the "per setting" value? So, if the base was 100 N/m/s and the "per setting" was 20, that means that at a damper setting of "0" in the simulator, the force would be 100, and at a setting of 10 the force would be 300? (ballparking) * F Threshold - I assume this is the "force threshold" and is the speed at which the damper "switches" from the slow force to the fast force? * Compressed length -- the comment says "of damper unit", but does that literally mean from the bottom mounting point to the top mounting point? Or is this really asking about shaft length, or something else? In the case of my shock, there is an eye mount at the bottom that attaches to the control arm, and then there is a plate mount at the top that attaches to the chassis. Would "compressed length" be the measurement from the bottom eye to the chassis mount assuming the bumpstop was removed? * Extended length -- kind of the same question: would this be the measurement from the bottom mounting point to the top mounting plate? There's a "black line" under the "export HDV" button and then there are a couple of other values (piston speed max, piston speed step size, etc). Max seems obvious, as does step size (how many points on the graph). The next one appears to be a multiplier that I don't understand. The offsets seem clear enough. Thanks!