I always think "what if I could have a little more power, or a couple more inches of suspension travel or?". But I never get to a good answer because more power and no better suspension will be an immediate issue.
Plus too many changes and it wouldn't be a "TW". I have other dirt bikes for other kinds of riding so there is no need to change the TW too much other than comfort and controls, same thing to me.
But when I'm moving along faster than I should be I rarely think about what if there's something just ahead that will be too much for me and the TW.
Until I'm laying there and thinking "what the hell were you doing, you're on the TW".
Last drop was a hard packed, off camber curve, with a foot deep rain groove, that the front tire got stuck in and low sided me before I could think.
My forearm, elbow and shoulder were slammed and dragged across the dirt as a reminder that you really don't have immediate power to lift the front wheel over such obstacles.
I've been on that trail a few times before and was not paying close enough attention to the recent rain channels on the trail.