dude that was sweet!!glad to see you’re pushing the bike to its fullest potential!
and i know youre a better MTBer than me, but i LOOOOVE catching air on a DB(catching air is the most fun and the most dangerous part in my opinion 😄 😄 😄) so as element said you need to be a little further back, you dont want it to be totally noticable but pretty much always you want your rear wheel to hit just a milisec before teh front, that’ll have you landing way smoother from way higher.
and i know nothing about full susser MTB, but i know they have to be somewhat similar to DB’s in setting a sag. dunno if you have that set up. but getting that set up by someone who really knows what they are doing makes a HUUUGE difference.