I agree you've gone the complicated way of overcoming what you see as a problem but why don't you want it to relevel when moving? That is one of the many beauties of the EAS system. When you've been travelling at over 50 mph for more than 30 seconds it lowers the suspension to greatly improve stability and handling (by lowering the centre of gravity), driving at normal height at 70 mph feels decidedly unsteady to me. When you slow down it rises back up to normal height. What is the problem with it doing what it was designed to do for safety reasons whether it is day or night?I didn't want it to relevel on the move (and certainly not in the middle of the night), which perhaps differs a little from some drivers.