Yup, Air all the way these days. I have a couple of sets of Magura 'marathon' forks (90-120/130mm travel) and if you want PLUSH, you don't need oil forks anymore
Maguras ARE great, however the new ones don't fully lock. I'm like you, I like to ride and I also use my bikes for commuting, so they get a lot of pavement work too (makes choosing tyres a bugger, but I digress..) and what Magura use is a system called 'DLO'. Essentially they are locked out, but on the DLO forks they allow a 10mm movement to avoid blowing out the cartridges...
Then there is the 'Albert Select' damping, and that's great! Same as DLO, it allows a small degree of movement ~10mm but when the selector (lockout) is ON, you can adjust the damping from 10mm to 20/25mm of movement if you have the air pressure nice & high..(technically overpressured according to Magura's guidance).
The Albert Select lockout however means that when climbing hills there is a little 'ripple' over the surface, but none of that annoying fork bob - but it is designed so that if you suddenly hit a big rock it will unlock the system. I have never yet had this happen..
The forks are also REALLY easy to put air in/out through the top valve.
If you can find someone with a pair, I'd suggest trying them & see what you think!
2013 On One Scandal | 2011 Ghost ASX 3700 | 2008 Magura Test Bike | 2006 Raleigh RS950
1999 Voodoo Hoodoo | 1999 Raleigh RSP 450 | 1997 Giant ATX-D 990 | 1997 Ghost X-700
1995 Giant Cadex MCM-3 | 1995 Voss Ti | 1993 Giant Cadex CFM-2 | 1992 RS Topline Mammoth