It's funny, I've had so many people ask me why I installed a damper cause "the bike doesn't need it" but I 100% agree it adds so much more stabilization in a world where all the roads are in terrible shape (or at least in Toronto, Canada lol), excessive high winds (which have been weirdly getting worse), etc.
One suggestion I'd make though (when your budget allows) is replace the Chinese damper and the clamp that holds it with a reputable one. I find the aluminum mount kit is pretty rock solid (although I may swap the bolts too for something local) but when it gets into any of the moving parts or those requiring specific calibration to work properly I didn't want to trust my safety to a $100 replica of a normally $400-$500 accessory (feels like something may be getting skipped in the engineering/manufacturing process with the no-name dampers 🤔).
I setup a hybrid of the Chinese mounting kit with a Hyperpro RSC damper and a genuine Hyperpro tube clamp (pics below). Out the door total cost was about $500 CAD but I have complete faith in the ball joints and the damper not failing (I did a fair bit of research prior to adding this and heard some horror stories about the ball joints falling out of the cheap dampers 🤯).
Just my 2 cents but hopefully it's useful!
Safe riding everyone, cheers!