Was from a Q&A w/a Ford engineer shortly after the reveal...was posted here on B6G, but it's buried in "white top" this, and "mansquatch" that etc. His specific comment was that the difference between Badlands and sasquatch suspension was that travel had to be limited so the 35s would not rub when articulating (worth noting he did not use the term "bumpstops", he said "travel limters"). He claimed the limiters reduced flex by 10mm...however did not explain where this was measured either. This made it sound like Badlands and Sasquatch has the same ride height...although he did not specifically say that...he said the "travel limiters" were the only difference between BL and squatch. W/ so many preproduction demos getting shown off...likely things are mixed up. I agree that on this overland concept rig the ride height looks completely wrong! I know when my mansquatch shows up I better be able to shove more than 3 slices of american cheese between the fender and the tire, winch or no winch!So 400lbs of gear makes the sasquatch package sit like a minivan? Or was the ford guy wrong. People seem to believe the badlands has the same suspension as the sasquatch but I cant find that anywhere actually published.