So Hawaiikid's recent thread post on sway bars got me thinking (which of course raised a few questions). First I started wondering, what exactly does the Z71 package (for 2x4 trucks) bring to the table in regards to suspension? On the Chevrolet website it states that "the Z71 Off-Road Suspension package... includes 36mm twin-tube high-pressure gas-charged shocks, 36mm front stabilizer bar and off-road jounce bumpers to absorb large suspension inputs".... but being as I am pretty new to trucks, I'm not quite sure what all this means. Moreover, I really have no idea how capable this really makes the truck. Now, I'm not looking to get into some full-out baja truck style activities with 10 foot jumps and insanely uneven terrain, but how far is too far with what I do have? Also, with a 2x4 truck, a lift kit would be a bit over the top. Nonetheless, as I do find my self off-road quite often, a leveling kit and some 33" all terrain tires are certainly on the list for down the road (no pun intended). So would reservoir shocks like the Fox 2.0 Pro Series Coil-Over Remote Reservoir Shocks be too much of an additon? I've never seen anything like that on a non-lifted truck before so it makes me a bit wary. I love hauling *** off road without having to worry about taking reasonable pot holes with slow consideration. So what would I need to sit back and enjoy the ride without having to worry about tearing up my new truck? Or would I really need to do anything at all?