Well, I will have to diagree with you, but i will preface that with the fact that there is no such thing as a "smooth" groomed trail where I ride, and I weigh about 190-195lbs dressed. The standard suspension is COMPLETELY inadequate for rough trails and an average sized rider IMHO. I am not sure what you weigh, but I have absolutely no problem bottoming out the sno pro suspension.Snopro suspension can be beat to death all day long and never bottom. Stiff as a board on the trail. Can take anything your throw at it.
Regular suspension is right in the sweet spot for trail riding and is a good all around suspension.[/b]
Yes sno pro is way to go but go out and buy a sled with it already.Agree with sledsearcher !. I bought a Standard to find out that it didn't suit my weight as I was disappointed. I then went out and bought a Sno-Pro. It did bottom me out a few times when I hit the trails hard.
Converted my T-Cat from Standard to Sno-Pro which cost me a little over $700 which is ridiculous. Don't do it...Just a waste of money !.[/b]