I took an opportunity to play on a friends back-40 today. There are a bunch of 3'-4' dirt piles that have been grown over with grass for a couple years. So, I set about crossing them at different angles. Just sort of testing out the truck a bit. I dunno how much to trust it as-is. Only goofed around for about 30 minutes. At one point, I gauged that the truck was in a 'cool-picture' position, so I jumped out to look. Disappointed. The truck is pretty well bone stock, but I expected the axles to articulate a little. They didn't. There was barely any discernable 'flex.' The whole truck stayed nearly at it's normal ride height, just tipping and swaying with the terrain. It has 6 leafs in the back, and three in the front. Doesn't seem to brake-dive at all, slight body roll on clover-leafed off-ramps (hard to tell 'cause the seats don't hold well), and the bumper doesn't drop a smidge going from empty-tank to full-tank. What does it need in order to get some flex? What are the trade offs? Those pictures with a leveled body, and one tire in a hole about three feet deep look cool as can be; which means it will probably cost alot. Help and info appreciated. Thanks.