Foxy/36 combo seems to work well for me - it's a Talas so i mostly ride at 130mm locally or whack it down to 110 for climbing.
It feels massively capable - like most trail centre red grade downhills would barely test it. The parts mostly came from my old, cracked Intense 5.5. By comparison the Foxy is low and long - confidence inspiring, encourages you to get over the bars in the corners and give it some, especially having gone back to using flat pedals. The slack head angle makes you want to lean it over plenty, but I'm still catching my pedals on stuff - not used to the lower BB
Also got some wider (720mm) bars on which all aids the above.
Took it downhilling at Cannock Racers Guild on Saturday - felt very competent there too, for a 140mm bike