I bought a new set of shocks some time ago and finally got around to installing them. They are made by Boss Air Suspension and based in Australia with the closest distributor out of Canada http://www.bossgloba...oss_shocks.html
They are definitely a step or two higher in quality than the typical shocks available, much nicer than KYB or Bilstein or any of those. They were a pain to get and they aren't made specifically for any vehicled but instead you find out the specs of your OEM shocks then look on their website for the best match. When they come there's fittings you attach to match your vehicle.
4x2 Rams are hard to find good shocks for, since everyone such as KORE caters to the 4x4/off road crowd. To install mine I had to install the matching ends and then push the rubber grommets in for the lower ends which took some effort. The center spacers that came with the kit didn't quite match the OD of the lower mount bolt, so I popped the ones out of the old shocks and forced them in. I didn't want them rattling loosed.
These made quite a noticeable improvement in ride quality, larger bumps don't upset the tires and suspension nearly as much as before. They have 11 adjustment positions, I set mine at 5. Not harsh at all, seems just right.
I am hoping they hold up better than many other shocks I've tried, which seem to work great for about 5k miles then quickly fade. Will report back at some point.