I'm not sure how the 1" lift on the ORP and Air Suspension is achieved. With the ORP Air Suspension in Normal mode it is 1" higher than the non ORP Air Suspension. When lowered to Entry Mode, the ORP Air Suspension lowers 3" while the non ORP Air Suspension lower 2" to the same Entry height. The ORP Air Suspension follows the Rebel 4 mode/height changes while the non ORP Air Suspension has 5 modes. Both have the same 4" range from lowest to highest but the Normal and Aero mode heights are 1" different from the ORP and non ORP systems. Because the Entry mode elevation is the same and the highest Off Road mode elevation is the same and the 4" elevation change is the same, could it be just a different programed setting in the computer where the Normal and Aero modes are 1" higher on the ORP Air Suspension? If it is just a programmed setting, can it be changed to lower my Limited ORP Air Suspension system Normal and Aero mode 1" and will I get a better/softer ride with the lower (less air) and softer air suspension? Also lower Aero mode to get better fuel economy. Some have talked about changing the air suspension control arms for different ride heights but don't the control arms just connect to and control a sensor that communicates with a controller for height mode adjustments? Can't the controller be reprogramed for different heights for each mode?