I just replaced my stock suspension with Intrax and KYB non-adjustable struts and I'm pretty happy with it. However, when I hit a large bump, the car tends to bounce all over the place. Now I've heard that this is a fairly common problem when lowering springs are installed, and that trimming the bump-stops, the little rubber gaskets on the struts, can help alleviate this problem by lessening the rebound when the spring compresses. Has anyone had any experience with this or heard about anyone doing it to their cars? Thanks.