Ever since I have had my 2017 T30 Kombi I have found the ride to be quite harsh. I fitted -40 Cobra springs to the standard dampers more to just reduce the arch gap above the wheels than for comfort. Like me, many people over the years have asked, "how do I make my Transporters suspension smoother", and it seems that the most common answer is, "fit bilstein adjustable sports suspension". Now this is ok if you want to try to make you're van handle like a track day car, but no good if you actually just want it to give a smoother ride. Fortunately, as a result of this forum, I have found Steve at CRS Performance, who is a specialist suspension supplier, and EXACTLY the right kind of person to talk to about suspension. As a result, he has fitted for me a set of Koni Active dampers, (FSD), and -40 H&R springs. The results have transformed the driving experience of my van. You can still feel the road beneath the wheels, but it's as if you are driving on foam matting. Everything is just smoother. Bumps are still bumps, and potholes are still potholes, but this suspension just takes the edge off everything. The van seem to track the road surface better giving a feeling of greater stability. Nose dive under braking is reduced as is body roll under cornering. The 40mm drop the springs give, to me, is perfect and really suits my 19" alloys. Steve also has the ability to mix and match spring rates to accommodate increased vehicle weight thus giving you the ride height you want. I really have been impressed by CRS and the equipment they have fitted to my van.