Which setting did you have the bike on?
Try a little more psi for the pedal strikes
Tried both shock settings. Also tried more air in the shock but it just became harsh. To be honest it wasn't a problem with the shock; that was nice and progressive and it rarely used all it's travel (only on hard landings or really hammering it into berms), when it did run out of travel there was no harsh bottom out. The suspension side of things was pretty much perfect and worked as it should. Another thing of note is that there was absolutely no pedal bob.
The rest of the frame isn't so good though. Bottom bracket needs to be an least an inch higher and the seat angle needs slackening off to around 71deg (it's a very steep 74 even in slack mode). Standover is spot on for a small frame but it could do with an extra inch and a half in the top tube to make use of the uber short stem that you need on such a slack headed bike.
It makes me wonder what they were trying to do with this frame- a year and a half of development yet it still manages to do nothing convincingly well.