Just bring the stuff with you to reconnect it if you change your mind, that's all I'm sayin'.Lol, no problem. Most of our riding is in a park with woods, dunes, and a rock quarry. We ride in the creek where there are a lot of rocks, in the woods with plenty of off camber stuff and do some rock climbing. We don't really ride fast, so I think it's a good improvement. I wanted to try it here at home first before we head to WV next weekend and I'm pleased with the result.
I think this is where progressive springs come in.For me, the improvement in articulation outweighs the extra body roll. I ride in a lot of slow rocky rooty trails and with the swaybar connected it really beat me up. I felt the ride was much improved with the swaybar disconnected. Maybe I tend to slow down more for corners to avoid excess body roll. If you like to drift in corners, disconnecting probably isn't for you. It does lean a little more on side hills, so if you find that uncomfortable, disconnecting may not be for you. For me, the trade off is worth it.
I'm trying to come up with ideas to have an adjustable or defeatable swaybar control on the fly.