With the ECU located and mounted, the next thing I did was to locate and attach the display/controller harness and the display/controller unit itself. The latest RidePRO e3 represents a leap forward in onboard suspension controls, starting with a completely new control panel that is sleeker and brighter than its predecessor. The auto-dimming display is easily visible in the sun and is only 3⁄8-inch thick. One thing I really like about the controller is that the interface buttons are backlit and have a distinct click to let ya feel when a change has been made. Another cool bonus is the unit’s two mini USB connections, which allow a variety of panel mounting and connection options—though I’ve still not decided whether I’ll mount it on the dash or leave it on the seat next to me.