I had an RST Gila T5 that was bugging me, you know the mobile pogo stick thing. So I found myself a Marzocchi in good condition for $170 Aust by the time I landed it but it was a pogostick too! - no damping mechanism, so it was sold on. Finally I went and bought a new old stock RST Delta HL, a dual crown with air and mcu damping with coil suspenders. Now the bit I find interesting, before I bought I measured as best I could from photo's but wasn't sure until I had it in my hand. Its the same length from axle centreline to top of (bottom) crown as was my single crown, in short my geometry is exactly what it was before, I measured the head angle before and after and there is no change. To cap it off the fork I replaced is one of RST's lesser efforts and weighs plenty, the delta hl is their 3rd from top fork for 2000 and is exclusively magnesium and aluminium, the only steel in it are the coils and the bolts (OK and the bearings pendant!) In short my dual crown weighs less, dosen't change the geometry at all and works a hundred times better than the gila t5 or the exr comp all for $152 Aust
Edit: I just know I'm going to get some ***** for admitting I paid for an RST.