I need a boost of confidence. The system really hasn't been checked in detail, just a pre-purchase inspection saying the fluid reservoir was empty (I had an earlier post on this subject). From quite a few threads I've read, the consensus indicates "pitching" the self-leveling system if repairs are cost-prohibitive (i.e. - money better spent on a new suspension system than reviving the old). However, seeing as I haven't had a detailed inspection/prognosis, I wouldn't mind spending a couple "Franklins" to get the system back up to ship-shape. Could you provide a laundry list of where an inspection might start and progress from there? It would be much appreciated. BTW, I plan to have a shop do it, but it can't hurt to be an informed consumer.