21/22 Trek Slash 8. Mainly stock as the parts on the bike are totally fine. I swapped out the headset top cap and installed a Chromag stem because it looks nice..... OneUp bar for a little more height and compliance, and one or two minor things to make the bike 'mine'.
Trek seem to take a bit of a backseat around here, but I've owned a couple of Remedys and really liked those too. I've since owned a bike that has been pretty hyped up here, but the rear end would bottom out really easily (plenty of issues with snapping shock hardware....) which was only solved by stuffing the shock full of spacers and air and then the shock felt crap on smaller hits / chatter. It didn't have a rear shock climb switch, and didn't need one, yet when you needed the suspension to work, it sucked. The steering never felt great either. Good old industry hype :)
Anyway, back on a Trek, and the Slash has perfect handling (for me), much like my Chromag in terms of steering characteristics. Yes, the shock has a climb switch (OMG!) but I'll happily take that and have a shock that feels great on chatter and also have nice bottom out resistance. As mentioned above, Trek also have proper XL sizing which leaves the Large frame perfect for people around 6ft tall. I don't understand the trend at the moment for an XL bike supposedly fitting anyone from 5'11" to 9'2" ;)