After riding a KM rigid for about a year, I got a 100mm fork. I may reduce travel to 80mm to compensate for the raised axle-to-crown height of the new fork, but for now, 100mm feels good with no spacers under the stem. The big plus right now for me is the remote lockout lever. I debated about whether it was worth the extra cost or if I should just manually lock out the fork. After one ride, I have to say that the ability to stand and pedal with no bob but also instantly open up the fork is pretty handy. And I'm not as beaten up by the bumps as I have been! If anyone's looking for something similar, seller Comenwin on Pinkbike's BuySell page has these forks in straight and tapered steerers, 9mm QR and 15mm thru-axles.